Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, also known as WWDC, officially kicks off on Monday. As the name suggests, the annual conference is centered around the developers that are making apps and services for things like your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.
That means while we’re not likely to hear a ton of new hardware announcements at this event (Apple holds events later in the year for things like iPhones), we are likely to hear a lot about the next version iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS — and there might be a new Mac or iPad Pro to show off as well.
While WWDC is a multi-day event, all of the “big” announcements will happen during the event’s keynote on Monday June 4th at 10am PT (1pm ET). If your invitation to this year’s conference got lost in the mail, there are still a few ways to watch all the action:
Stream From the WWDC Page
Apple will be offering a livestream of all the WWDC action on its official WWDC page, but there’s a catch: you need to be on an Apple device to view it. The livestream can be viewed using Safari (and only Safari) on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac. If you typically use another browser like Chrome or Firefox, you’ll need to dust off Safari for the occasion.
If you happen to be at home or near an Apple TV, the keynote will also be available via the Apple TV though the Events app. If you launch that bad boy up around 10am PT you should see the keynote as a streaming option.