Here’s how to watch Apple’s WWDC 2020 keynote

Apple’s all-digital Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is here and it should be an exciting week with plenty of announcements about new software, tech and more.

There have been a variety of rumours and speculation leading up to this event. From new versions of macOS and iOS to a glimpse at the rumoured ARM-based Mac lineup and more, there is lots to be excited about.

It all kicks off with Apple’s ‘Special Event Keynote’ on Monday, June 22nd. If you want to tune in, it starts at 1pm ET/10am PT. You can access it from Apple’s developer website or from its events page. Unlike in previous years, it should work fine on most platforms, whether you use Windows, Android, macOS or iOS. Aside from the stream, it’s likely a good idea to keep an eye on Apple’s developer website for any developer-specific content coming out of WWDC.

It’s worth noting that you can use the Apple Events app on a second-gen or later Apple TV to tune into the keynote as well.

Of course, if watching live doesn’t work for you, you can follow along with MobileSyrup’s coverage. We’ll have stories and updates going live throughout the day, and you can also find them on our Twitter and Facebook pages.

Typically, we’d also have someone live on the ground in Cupertino for WWDC, but with the all-digital event this year, things will look a little bit different.

For a full breakdown of what we’re expecting to see at WWDC 2020, check out our full ‘What to Expect’ here.