The Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2018 keynote is hours away, and as the name suggests, the annual conference will shed light on all things software for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.
While WWDC is a 5-day event, all of the drool-worthy announcements (Hello iOS 12!) will happen during the event’s keynote on Monday, June 4th at 10:30 pm IST. Now, assuming that your invitation got lost in the mail (like the rest of us!), here are few ways to watch all the action from the comforts of your bed –
Stream Live From The WWDC Page
Though Apple will be live streaming all the WWDC action on its official WWDC page – https://www.apple.com/apple-events/june-2018/, but there’s a catch. The live streaming can only be viewed using Safari on iPhones, iPads and Mac. (Who could’ve guessed that!) And since Apple is not without mercy, other platforms can view the live streaming using latest versions of Chrome or Firefox, but MSE, H.264, and AAC is required
Apple TV Events App
Plan on watching the WWDC event on an Apple TV? Apple has graced us with a dedicated Events App. All you have to do is fire that bad boy up at 10:30 PM tonight and click on ‘Keynote’ as a streaming option and voila!
And Then There’s Applesutra 🙂
We’ll be watching the event live (obviously!) and live tweeting our reactions as well. So follow us on Twitter to engage in a real-time analysis of the event – https://twitter.com/applesutra. See you at 10:30 pm!