Apple WWDC 2019: Where to Watch Live Stream of Tim Cook Keynote
Apple WWDC 2019 is just around the corner and there’s a lot that is expected from the company’s software division this year as well. The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is a week-long event that hosts developers from all over the world where they can leverage Apple’s technologies to develop new apps and software.
The fact that rumours have touted a dark mode on the latest iOS 13 and a whole lot more, tells that company CEO Time Cook is going to have a considerable longer time on the stage at the gala event.
Speaking of the gala event, the keynote is scheduled to start on Monday, 3 June at 10:30 PM IST.
Apple WWDC 2019: Where to Watch the Keynote Live?
The Apple WWDC keynote is usually available on the company’s official website www.apple.com, and you can also you can also catch the live stream on Apple’s dedicated WWDC app on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.
Apple device users can also visit the company’s official events page in Safari to watch the live stream.
You’ll be able to catch the live stream of the event on your Safari, Firefox or Chrome desktop browser. It is like to be a two-hour long event. Apart from the above, there are also rumours that Apple will be introducing an update to the Mac Pro and the iPhone SE upgrade might also make its appearance at the event.
As always, we’ll get you all the live updates from WWDC 2019 at The Quint.
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