Apple’s developer conference in California is about to happen in a few days, the keynote starts at 10 am PT and just in case you want to watch the WWDC live, here’s how you can do it.
Apple offers physical tickets sales to WWDC through a lottery system. Certain individuals are selected at random and are requested to pay $1,599 for a single WWDC ticket. But the window to enter the lottery is over, so your only option is live stream the event.
How to watch WWDC 2019 Live?
You can watch the WWDC 2019 Keynote live on various devices such as iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, and even on Windows PC.
You can watch the event via the WWDC app available for iPad, iPhone, and Apple TV.
The company will also host the event on their own website and it can be viewed on Safari, Google Chrome, and Firefox desktop browsers.
You may also add the event onto your Calendar. This way, you’ll get a prompt that the Live Stream is about to start and also the live stream link.
What to expect from WWDC 2019?
CEO Tim Cook described the event with the statement “Today is all about software.”
One can clearly make out that the keynote will be primarily focused on software. Upgrades to iOS, MacOS, TV, and WatchOS are expected to occur during the conference.
Apple iOS 13 is set to debut during the conference; the newest update will get the much-awaited dark mode feature along with a slew of new content updates.
MacOS 10.15, is also likely be revealed at WWDC 2019 with universal apps functionality.
Apart from the software, Apple might release an upgrade to Mac Pro, and we might even see iPhone SE 2 being announced, but the chances are very dim.