Apple WWDC 2018: Where to Watch the Keynote Livestream Tonight

The most speculated launches in this year’s conference are iOS 12 and the second version of iPhone SE.

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Tech giant Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference will begin at 10 am Pacific time (10:30 pm IST) on Monday, 4 June.

Apple CEO Tim Cook will lift the curtains on the 2018 WWDC, where he is expected to introduce a slew of new software and hardware. The most speculated launches in this year’s conference are the expected iOS 12 and the second version of the affordable iPhone SE.

Apart from these, Apple is also expected to launch the new watchOS, the new iPad and the new MacOS. An upgrade to digital assistant Siri shouldn’t be ruled out either. This year’s WWDC is also significant as it marks the 10th anniversary of Apple’s App Store.

Here’s how to watch WWDC 18:

You can watch the conference from any part of the world through the livestream link on Apple’s website. For Apple products, you can stream the conference through a dedicated app – the Apple events app or with the Safari browser.

You can follow the live blog on The Quint’s website.

Apple Product (Mac, iPhone, iPad, AppleTV)

Apple store in New York.
Apple store in New York.
(Photo: Reuters)

You can watch the Keynote conference on any iOS or Mac device on the Safari browser. However, your Mac should be running on at least the MacOS Sierra 10.12 while for iOS devices should be running on iOS 10 or later.

If you have an Apple TV, you can watch the conference on the Apple events app (to be downloaded for fourth generation or later).

Log into the app before the event start time and you'll see the live feed appear.

Watch on Windows

A man works on a laptop computer near a Windows 10 display at Microsoft Build in San Francisco. 
A man works on a laptop computer near a Windows 10 display at Microsoft Build in San Francisco. 
(Photo: Reuters)

To watch the WWDC on your windows device, you need to use the Microsoft Edge browser – the only Windows browser that can display the WWDC livestream. The Microsoft Edge runs on Windows 10.

You can try other browsers like Chrome and Firefox but there is no guarantee that it will show up (because of course, rivalry).

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