How to Watch Apple’s WWDC 2016 Keynote
The event starts on Monday June 13 at 10am PDT, or 1pm EDT. Apple livestreams the keynote, and the company usually fires up the live feed about 20 minutes before CEO Tim Cooks takes the stage.
We’re anticipating a lot of news Monday morning. Get caught up with our quick list of what to expect from WWDC 2016.
WIRED will also be running a liveblog, so be sure to keep a browser tab open for all of our cogent, insightful, and quite terribly humorous and witty commentary.
On an Apple TV
If you have an Apple TV, this is really the best way to watch. You get the whole show, right there in your living room on the big screen. Apple makes the keynote available by putting a dedicated “WWDC Live” app on the Apple TV’s main screen. Just click it, and the livestream will load.
On a Desktop
Go to Apple’s WWDC website to stream the keynote. If you have a Mac running OS X 10.8.5 or later, you can watch the WWDC keynote using Safari. And yes, you really need to use Safari. However, if you’re on a machine running Windows 10, you can use the Microsoft Edge browser. Other operating systems and browsers are out of luck here.
Watching on the iPad is a joy. You can even watch on your phone—helpful if you’re sneaking into the break room to watch the announcements. Just fire up Safari on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch running any iOS newer than 7.0. Go to Apple’s WWDC website and load the stream there.