Apple WWDC 2019: When & How to Watch the Keynote

Come June, Apple will hold its 30th annual Worldwide Developers Conference where the company will likely unveil the next version of its mobile software iOS 13. The annual conference will be held in San Jose at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. The conference kicks off on June 3 with the WWDC Keynote Event, which will live stream on Apple’s website and the WWDC app for Apple TV, iPad, and iPhone. Along with its September iPhone announcement, the WWDC Keynote is one of the biggest Apple events of the year. We'll be offering commentary during the event in our Facebook group and in the special podcast episode we'll be recording right after. Here’s how you can watch Apple's WWDC keynote too.

Related: iOS 13 Rumors: Release Date & Features for Apple’s Latest Software Update

If you’ve watched (or been to) WWDC in the past, you’re probably familiar with what to expect. Apple will show off previews for new operating systems. You can be sure we’ll get a sneak-peek at some of the coolest new features Apple plans to introduce in iOS 13, watchOS 6, tvOS 13, and MacOS 10.15. And maybe Apple will even share more details about Apple Arcade and Apple TV Plus, the subscription gaming and video streaming services that the company announced during its March 2019 event. It's possible Apple may even announce an updated Mac Pro.

WWDC 2019: When Is It?

WWDC will be held from June 3–7. It will be held in San Jose, California, at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. The WWDC Keynote will be held on June 3 at 10 a.m. PDT.

WWDC 2019 Keynote: How to Watch It

On Mac:

On PC:

  • Download the Edge browser by Microsoft for Windows 10 users. Then visit Apple’s Event page, and you’ll be able to live stream the Keynote event as easily as any Mac user. Some devices may be able to stream the event using a recent version of Chrome or Firefox.

On Apple TV, iPhone, or iPad:

  • On iPhone, iPad, or 4th-Gen Apple TV, open the App Store and download the WWDC app. The day of the keynote event, open the app and watch the livestream.

  • On 2nd- or 3rd-Gen Apple TV, make sure your software is up to date. A WWDC app will appear around the time of the event (if not already present.)

Live Coverage:

  • Facebook Live Commentary: Before the day of the event, don’t forget to join our Facebook Group so you can follow our live commentary on the Keynote.

  • Post Announcement Podcast: We’ll also be recording a special podcast episode following the WWDC Keynote at 3:15 p.m. CDT. We’ll cover all the new things we’re excited about and any parts that didn’t live up to expectations. 

What do you want to see from Apple’s WWDC Keynote? Let us know in the comments.

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Sarah Kingsbury is the Editorial Directer at iPhone Life. She manages the web editorial team and oversees all web and newsletter content. A long-time iPhone and Mac enthusiast, Sarah loves teaching people how to use their Apple devices.