Watch WWDC 2020 for FREE! At WWDC in June 2020 Apple is expected to discuss iOS 14, macOS 10.16, watchOS 7, tvOS 14, and lots more.
What time does the WWDC keynote start?
If WWDC 2020 follows the usual process then we can expect the keynote presentation to kick off at 10am local time (PDT) on the first day. That translates to 6pm UK time.
It’s quite possible that the timings will not follow the usual pattern though.
If the start time is 6pm in the UK, here’s a guide to when the stream will start playing where you are.
- US West Coast: Monday 22 June at 10am (PDT)
- Central US: 22 June at noon (CDT)
- US East Coast: 22 June at 1pm (EDT)
- Paris/central Europe: 22 June at 7pm (CEST)
- New Delhi: 10.30pm (IST)
- Perth/western Australia/Singapore: Tuesday 23 June at 1am (AWST)
- Adelaide/central Australia: Tuesday 23 June at 2.30am (ACST)
- Sydney/Melbourne/Brisbane/Canberra: Tuesday 23 June at 3am (AEST)
The keynote is likely to last between 1.5 and 2 hours.
How to watch WWDC 2020 Keynote
Apple will livestream the keynote presentation so anyone can watch. Below we will run though the various ways to watch depending on your device.
How to watch on the Mac
To watch the WWDC keynote on a Mac you need to be running Safari on macOS Sierra 10.12 or later.
How to watch on iPad or iPad
Apple says its keynote videos are best experienced on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch using Safari on iOS 10 or later.
How to watch on Apple TV
Apple TV users will be able to watch the keynote as long as they’ve got a 2nd-gen or later model running the latest Apple TV software or tvOS.
You can watch via the Apple Events app.
How to watch on a PC
PC owners will need Microsoft Edge on Windows 10.
How to watch on anything else…
Apple says other platforms may be able to access the stream using recent versions of Chrome or Firefox (MSE, H.264, and AAC required).