How to Watch WWDC Keynote Livestream on iPhone, iPad, Mac & Others

May 28, 2018 ( WWDC )
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Get your popcorn ready as this year’s WWDC is available on almost every device for watching. If you are wondering how you can watch WWDC live stream, then worry not. The method is pretty easy.

When will the WWDC 2018 Keynote speech start?

Good question. The keynote speech will be presented on June 4th at 10 AM (PT).

Life is too short for time conversion. This is why there is a countdown timer you can follow on this page:

Too forgetful? Then, you can always use this link to create a calendar event.

How to watch WWDC 2018 on an iPhone or iPad

Surprise, surprise! There’s a dedicated WWDC app for iOS devices. Download it now to see the keynote live stream and other important development-related sessions.

If you don’t want to use the app, you can always enjoy the keynote on iPhone and iPad by visiting the Apple’s Events page. You’ll need to use Safari on iOS 10 or later.

How to watch WWDC 2018 on a Mac

Bookmark the Apple’s Events page inside Safari and power it up to watch the keynote live on the day of the event. However, you need to have macOS 10.12 or higher.

How to watch WWDC 2018 on Apple TV

First, you will need an Apple TV (2nd generation or later) with the latest tvOS (or related software update). Once you’re all sorted, you can should see a tab for the WWDC keynote on the menu screen.

How to watch WWDC 2018 on a PC

Simply visit the Apple Event’s page through Microsoft Edge browser that comes with Windows 10. Running Windows 8 or lower? Update your Chrome and Firefox browsers and visit the events page.

How to watch WWDC 2018 on an Android device

Now, this could be tricky. After updating Chrome or Firefox browsers, visit the dedicated Events page created by Apple. (I am not very confident on this one, though.)

Can’t watch?

Video is interesting, but sometimes, you just can’t watch a livestream. This is where you can check our website. Our entire team is really excited as we aim to cover WWDC in all its glory. So, where will you be watching from? Which device will you use? Tell us in the Comments section.

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