How to Watch Apple's WWDC Keynote Presentation Live, Instead of Reading About it Later

By Tom Pritchard on at

Today is the day. An incredibly exciting day in the Apple calendar, provided you're a developer or software nerd that wants to hear about all the 'new' things Apple has planned for the next 12 months. That's right, today is the day Apple kicks off the 2019 Worldwide Developer's Conference (or WWDC for short) and during tonight's keynote we'll be hearing about all the changes coming to iOS, MacOS, and presumably watchOS too.

Related: The Biggest Questions Apple Might (or Might Not) Answer at WWDC 2019

We may also be hearing about the long-awaited death of iTunes, with rumours claiming Apple will be splitting the lacklustre storefront into multiple services. In other words the days of buying your music, TV shows, books, podcasts, movies and everything else in one place may be coming to an end. Good riddance in our opinion, though we won't know if it's actually true until the keynote itself.

You have the choice to not watch Apple blither on about a bunch of stuff only a handful of people care about, while people whoop and holler when Apple proudly brags that iOS 12 is on a greater percentage of devices than Android Pie. We'll have all the big announcements up on site for you to read, and we'll be live-tweeting everything as it happens. But if you have the stomach (and the time) for it, you can watch everything unfold live. It's easy, you just have to tune into the livestream.

Thankfully we're long past the days where you had to watch everything on an Apple device, so regardless of whether you use Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Edge, you can hop over to the Apple website and watch that livestream. Apple TV users can tune in via the events app, while iOS devices can also access the stream via the official WWDC app.

Everything kicks off at 6pm UK time, so don't be late.