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How to watch Apple’s WWDC 2024: Live stream, start time, more

Published Jun 10th, 2024 7:56AM EDT
Apple CEO Tim Cook before WWDC 2023 keynote kicked off
Image: Apple Inc.

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WWDC 2024 starts later today. As we expect Apple to unveil iOS 18, iPadOS 18, macOS 15, watchOS 11, tvOS 18, visionOS 2, and its long-rumored plan for AI, reportedly called Apple Intelligence, we can’t wait to catch up with the company’s developer conference later today.

Even though some media personalities and developers were invited to watch the event from Apple Park in Cupertino, California, people all over the world can watch it online, as the keynote will be pre-recorded, just like in previous years.

That said, it doesn’t matter where you are. In this article, we’ll teach you how to watch WWDC 2024 from your Apple, Windows, or Android device.

Best Apple’s WWDC 2024 live stream options to watch online

If you’re planning to watch WWDC 2024 live, there are three possible options to stream the conference: From Apple’s YouTube channel, the Apple TV app, and the company’s website.

While I usually tune in to the WWDC conference from my Apple TV app on the Apple TV set-top box, the easiest way to watch WWDC 2024 is from the YouTube page, as you can watch it from any device.

To watch it from the Apple TV app, open it before the conference starts, and you’ll see a banner for the event banner, which you can click. The same is worth it about watching the keynote from Apple’s website here.

What time does WWDC start?

If you’re watching from California, WWDC 2024 starts at 10 am PT. This means:

  • New York: 1 pm ET
  • Sao Paulo: 2 pm
  • London: 6 pm
  • Berlin: 7 pm
  • Beijing: 1 am
  • Tokyo: 2 am
  • Sydney: 3 am

Now that you know how to watch the WWDC 2024 keynote live, you can discover what we expect Apple to unveil later today in our article below.

José Adorno Tech News Reporter

José is a Tech News Reporter at BGR. He has previously covered Apple and iPhone news for 9to5Mac, and was a producer and web editor for Latin America broadcaster TV Globo. He is based out of Brazil.