It’s time for this year’s Apple WWDC event and those looking to enjoy the latest special keynote from the tech giant will want to tune in today when Apple WWDC 2020 kicks off at 1 p.m. ET. If you’re looking for more details on how to watch the Apple WWDC 2020 livestream, then we can help.
Watch the Apple WWDC 2020 special event livestream here
The Apple WWDC 2020 event will kick off today at 1 p.m. ET with a special keynote event and you can tune in to that right here. The keynote is just the start, though, and WWDC will continue throughout the next few days as the first all-online WWDC takes place.
To watch the Apple WWDC 2020 special event livestream, users will need to head over to the Apple Special Events website from any device. Those with iPhones, iPads, or Apple TV can also watch the presentation through the Apple Developer App. Also, this year will allow Mac users to make use of the Apple Developer App to watch the WWDC keynote.
If you aren’t a big fan of Apple’s Special Events website, then you can also watch the keynote via a special YouTube stream, which we’ve embedded within this article. The livestream will also be available to watch via other sites like Tencent, Bilibili, Youku, and IQIYI.
A lot is expected to happen during Apple WWDC 2020, and this keynote is just the start. This is the first time that the event will take place completely online, but that hasn’t stopped Apple from setting up a ton of great content for developers to take part in. Throughout the next three days, the tech giant will play host to 100+ engineering sessions, a new developer forum, and appointment-based 1-on-1 developer labs.
It will be interesting to see what WWDC 2020 brings to the spotlight for Apple. Make sure you tune in to the special keynote livestream today at 1 p.m. ET and be sure to keep your eyes on our Apple WWDC 2020 topic for all the latest breaking news.