This year’s Apple WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) looks set to deliver a range of exciting announcements, and we’re expecting to hear about Mac OS X 10.12 and iOS 10, as well as possibly getting a glimpse of Apple Watch 2, alongside Apple CarPlay and Apple Music.
Tim Cook will be hosting the WWDC 2016 keynote today at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, and there will once again be a number of ways to stream the conference live online.
The keynote begins at 10am PDT, 1pm EDT, 6pm BST today (3am AEST, June 14 for our readers in Australia), so read on to find out how you can watch Apple’s WWDC 2016 keynote online.
How to watch Apple’s WWDC 2016 keynote on a Mac
Unsurprisingly, the easiest way to watch the WWDC 2016 live stream is on an Apple device. If you’ve got a Mac, open up the Safari web browser and head to Apple’s WWDC16 event webpage, which will stream live footage of the keynote.
Your Mac will need to be running OS X 10.8.5 or later, and have Safari 6.0.5 (or a newer version) installed.
How to watch Apple’s WWDC 2016 keynote on a Windows PC
Once again Apple has made it relatively straightforward for Windows users to watch the WWDC keynote, though you will need to be on Windows 10.
You will also need to use Microsoft’s default web browser, Microsoft Edge, to view the live stream. If your PC meets those requirements, then just head over to the WWDC16 event webpage to watch it live.
Once installed, open it up and in the top-left corner click Media, then Open Network Stream. You’ll then need to enter in the network URL of the stream. This URL of the stream usually leaks online just before the event, so check back here to get the address closer to the start of the WWDC 2016 keynote.
How to watch WWDC 2016 on iPhone, iPad and iPod
You can also keep up with the entirety of the WWDC 2016 event with the WWDC app for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch.
How to watch the WWDC 2016 keynote on TV
If you want to watch the Apple June 13 event live stream on a TV then you’ll need a 2nd or 3rd generation Apple TV.
You will need to make sure the Apple TV is running software 6.2 or newer, and you’ll need to have the WWDC app installed.
Follow along with our Apple WWDC 2016 live blog
If you aren’t able to watch the live stream of the WWDC 2016 keynote, then don’t worry, as we’ll also be reporting live from the event.
Head over to our WWDC 2016 live blog for all the breaking news and expert commentary as it happens.