Apple's next major event is WWDC 2018, the Worldwide Developers Conference. If you want to see the first glimpse of iOS 12 for yourself, ARKit enhancements, Apple Watch News, and maybe even some macOS announcements, you can set the event right from your computer or mobile device at home:  Make sure that You have removed at least two hours from your schedule on Monday, June 4, 2018, at 10:00 PDT (1:00 PM EDT). Then the livestream starts on the Apple website. The actual event will be held in San Jose, California, at the McEnery Convention Center, and it's expected that all the usual suspects will speak, such as Tim Cook, chief executive officer, and Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering [1
To watch Apple's stream, you'll need one of the following:
Apple notes that you may be able to watch the keynote livestream with the latest versions of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox supports MSE (Media Serice Extensions), as well as H.264 (video) and AAC (audio) formats. Other modern web browsers that support these requirements should work as well.
You can also play the livestream on an Apple TV (2nd generation or later) as long as you have the latest Apple TV software or tvOS and the latest iOS or MacOS version
As mentioned earlier, you can hear the WWDC 2018 keynote from the WWDC App on your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Apple TV, as well as from the Apple Events app or channel on the Apple TV. If you're working on a computer, just visit the link below to access the livestream.
How Android users can see
There is no "official" way for Android users to watch live streaming sessions of WWDC 2018. However, you can access the live feed with the latest version of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, which supports MSE, H.264, and AAC as Apple demands on Android phones and tablets. Other modern web browsers are likely to work as well.
You should be able to see the Apple event through the most popular web browsers on Amazon Fire tablets, even if you're on Kindle-Tech.
You can also do things the hard way by inserting the direct video feed of the keynote in VLC for Android or VLC for Fire. But with many modern browsers supporting Media Source Extensions and H.264 / AAC formats, this should not be a problem.
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