Want to Watch the WWDC Keynote? Here’s Where to Go and How To Do It

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Are you looking for a place to watch or keep up with Apple’s 2019 WWDC Keynote tomorrow? Thankfully, unlike many years past, Apple now streams all of their big events, so it’s easy. If you are on a Mac or PC, just go to Apple’s Event Page to watch their live stream of the event at 10 AM Pacific. That is 11 AM Mountain, Noon Central and 1 PM Eastern Time.

I am going to have to remember that last bit, because things are a little different for me this year. I live in the Central Time Zone, but I am vacationing on the East Coast of the US this week, so I will be in Eastern this time around. I guess I get to go do more touristy things with my wife and kiddos tomorrow before its time to take a break and watch all the new Apple goodies being revealed.

As for how to watch, that varies based on what you are using. Safari is obviously the preferred browser if you are using a Mac. The same holds true if you are watching on an iPhone or iPad. If you are on a Windows 10 PC, then your best bet is likely the built-in Edge browser, as Apple no longer makes Safari for Windows and has optimized the Events page for Edge in the past.

If you have an older version of Windows, give Firefox or Chrome a try. However, you usually have to be on the latest version for either of them to work. If you are watching on an Apple TV, just download the free Apple Events app from the App Store and you are all set.

Now, if you are more interested in the actual developer content at the conference, rather than the big marketing show of the Keynote, then you need to download the WWDC app for iOS from the App Store. This app will allow you to stream content from the developer seminars given over the course of the week.

If you are looking for a quick and dirty rundown of the highlights, I will be posting and tweeting during the event. Just check the site for new posts on all the new action and our Twitter account for quick thoughts on all of the announcements.


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