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WWDC Keynote

Some of the Ups and Down of Apple’s WWDC Keynote

WWDC Keynote

While I was very impressed with the quality and presentation of Apple’s WWDC presentation today, the actual content was a bit up and down. While the Mac was up big and iOS got it’s share of love, I have to say that iPadOS was unfortunately down. That’s the way it goes sometimes. Let’s take a look at some of the highs and lows in detail.

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iPadOS 14 WWDC 2020

iPadOS 14 Brings Us a Few Solid Looking New Features

iPadOS 14 WWDC 2020

Here are some of the iPadOS 14 highlights announced during today’s WWDC Keynote.

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What Do You Want To See From Apple At WWDC?

I will have a wishlist of my own to post this weekend, but I am curious as we get close to the main event. What do all of you Apple fans out there want to see announced at WWDC this year?

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The WWDC Keynote is Just Hours Away. Here’s How to Follow the Action


The WWDC Keynote starts at 10 AM Pacific on Monday, June 4th. That translates to 11 AM Mountain, 12 PM Central, and 1 PM Eastern Times.

How to Watch

Streaming via the Web

If you are using a Mac or iOS device, you can livestream the video using Safari. Just go to this address and check it out live. It may also be possible to watch the stream on other platforms using a recent version of Firefox or Chrome. If you are running Windows 10, you can definitely use Microsoft Edge to get your live view.

Streaming via the WWDC app

If you prefer native apps to Safari on your iOS device, just download the free WWDC app in advance of the event, and the livestream will be available for you to stream.

Apple TV

If you have an Apple TV, the livestream of the Keynote will be available via the Events app.


While live-blogging was necessary to follow Apple events  before we had access to live video, they still remain quite popular. Many tech sites and Apple blogs still do this because there are plenty of Apple users who prefer the sense of community direct interaction you get with the live information and opinion from experts on site.

Here are a few notable liveblogs for your viewing pleasure:


Ars Technica

The Verge

Fast Company


The Mac Observer


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