Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) has kicked off, coming to you from the lovely San Jose Convention Center. WWDC is that magical time of year when Apple shows off all its latest software, and maybe there will be some new hardware if we’re lucky.
We’ve included details about how to watch the keynote below, but we will also be updating this page with new developments as Apple announces them. Hit the refresh button to see what’s new after the keynote kicks off. You can also follow us on Twitter (@DigitalTrends), and our editor-in-chief Jeremy Kaplan (@Smashdawg), who’s at WWDC. Check out our full WWDC coverage here.
WWDC takes place at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center on June 4, and it starts at 10 a.m. PT or 1 p.m. ET. For more details about the show’s complete schedule, check out the officialWWDC app, which has the event schedule, latest news, access to the livestream sessions, and more.
While some use browsers other than Safari on a Mac as their default, it’s the only one you can stream the keynote from. Make sure your Mac’s operating system is up to date, running macOS Sierra 10.12 or later. All you’ll need to do to watch the keynote is open up Safari and click on Apple’s livestream link.
For those using Apple TV — the second-generation model or later — you can stream the keynote via AirPlay with the latest version of tvOS. Open the Apple Events app, and you should be good to go. For certain Apple TV devices, the Events app will automatically show up on your screen. With newer models, you may need to download the app or make sure it’s updated to the latest version.
To stream on an iPad or iPhone, make sure your device is running iOS 10 or higher. Download the WWDC app via the App Store. You can also access the livestream through Safari the same way you would on a Mac.
For those who don’t own Apple products to watch the keynote on, there’s still an option for you. As long as you’re on a PC running Windows 10, you can stream the keynote using Microsoft Edge. Simply open the browser on your desktop and click onApple’s WWDC 2018 livestream link.
Apple also says other platforms may be able to access the stream using recent versions of Chrome or Firefox (MSE, H.264, and AAC required).
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