To stream the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote from Monday at 1:00 pm on your phone, browser, laptop, or Apple TV. ET / 10 pm PT.
Tim Cook at WWDC 2018 (JOSH EDELSON / AFP / Getty Images)
Apple's annual developer conference will begin on Monday in San Jose, California, and we expect a first look at iOS 13, the next versions of macOS and watchOS, and more. The company could announce everything from new apps or hardware to more details about its Apple Arcade cloud gaming service or Apple TV + streaming offer, or anything else – about all the new software, services, and other products Apple in front of the show. If you were not one of the lucky few who grabbed an invitation, you can watch the magic of the Internet with everyone else.
Live streaming of the WWDC keynote via Apple's website at 13:00. ET / 10 a.m. PT on Monday, June 3rd. You must use Safari on an iOS device with iOS 10 or later or a Mac with macOS Sierra 10.12 or later. PC users can watch TV through Microsoft Edge. Apple also has a dedicated WWDC app for iOS, where you can follow the keynote and developer sessions throughout the show.
Apple TV requires a second generation or later device with the latest version of tvOS, but this time you can watch the keynote directly from Apple Events App for Apple TV.
"Other platforms may also be able to access the stream with the latest versions of Chrome or Firefox (MSE, H.264 and AAC required)."
Follow us on Twitter @ PCMag for updates. Until then, we still expect the following from WWDC 2019.