Apple last week confirmed the WWDC 2020 schedule which runs from June 22-26, 2020. The event begins with a special keynote on June 22 which will be live streamed to everyone. You can watch WWDC 2020 live on multiple platforms. The official YouTube channel will stream the keynote and we will embed it here for your convenience.
WWDC 2020 Live- When and Where
The keynote starts at 10:30 pm/10 am PT/1 pm ET on Monday June 22. There will be no physical attendance at the event and it will be streamed directly from the Steve Jobs Theatre on the following platforms:
This is only the second time when Apple is streaming the event live on YouTube. The first time it was in September 2019 at the iPhone 11 launch. Apple launched iPhone SE earlier this year in April but without any online event whatsoever. You can watch WWDC 2020 live right here on GadgetAdda using the embedded video below:
You also have an option to ‘Set Reminder’ on YouTube to be notified when Apple goes live on Monday. The Platforms State of the Union and other WWDC sections continue to remain exclusive to the Apple Developer website.
WWDC 2020 Live- What to Expect
Since WWDC is a software focused event, all the major announcements are likely to be software related. However, there have been a significant amount of hardware rumours doing the rounds. Here are a few major announcements we think will be made at WWDC 2020 opening keynote:
iOS 14 and iPadOS 14
As per what we have always seen at WWDC event over the years, iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 will definitely be the major announcements. From the developer’s point of view, Apple will talk about the key features and changes and also release an early developer build.
It is very likely that watchOS 7 will be announced along with iOS 14. The new watchOS will land win the new Apple Watch 6 which is expected to be launched later this year.
WWDC is not just about mobile software and the next version of macOS will also be announced in the opening keynote.
The other likely announcements will be around the following:
- New Mac hardware
- New Apple AirPods
- Apple TV and tvOS 14
- Apple AirPower
Will you tune in to watch WWDC 2020 live? Let us know what more are you expecting from the opening keynote.