How to Watch Apple's WWDC 2016 Keynote Tonight

By Aatif Sulleyman on at

So you’ve got nothing better to do on a Monday evening then? Not judging -- we don’t either. Let’s all be nice and sad together, while watching a bunch of people (mainly men) whoop as other people (mainly men) do PowerPoint presentations in a sunnier part of the world.

Tim Cook will take the stage at 6pm BST for the WWDC 2016 opening keynote, which you can watch live and not just follow through misspelled updates on Twitter and every single site that’s ever covered technology ever. Chrome users, it’s time to familiarise yourselves with those other browsers that continue to exist. No Apple love for Chrome today (or any other day).

If you're a Mac user on macOS OS X version 10.8.5 or later, fire up Safari and click here. Windows 10 users, open this link (it's actually the same) in Microsoft Edge.

If you’re too fresh for computers that you can’t carry around with you, you can also watch the action on your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch. Fire up Safari on your iOS 7-running pocket-piece, hit this link (same one again), wait a moment or two for decent signal and watch all the Apple things.

Those of you fortunate enough to be tuning in from the comfort of your own home, which also happens to have an Apple TV plonked in the middle of it, can make use of the dedicated WWDC Live app.

Everyone else can get on with life as normal.