Apple is ready with its Keynote for the year 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference. The WWDC 2019 is preparing its initiation at San Jose. In this 2019 WWDC Apple is heading forward to reveal new versions of the operating system for iPhone, Mac, Apple watch and also the TV. There are also chances of getting newer versions of hardware like the new MacBook Pro. The keynote will kick start on June 3 at 19.00 local time and ends on June 7.
WWDC 2019 – How to live stream the keynote
Well, not many people are invited therefore they could miss the chance to the event. And eventually not be able to get every piece of software and hardware launch. So, Apple is keen to live stream its keynote in every possible way. Apple called press reporters to give hints for its upcoming launches and extreme revelation.
— Apple (@Apple) May 31, 2019
The live stream can be hosted on various retail website and technology domain. Hypertext and CNET will also allow live stream from their respective website portal. Moreover, for the keynote, a compatible web browser is required either from Safari or Edge. While Chrome can be little addled and feeds of notification along with the live vlog during the stream session.
What can be expected from the keynote?
Here’s what to expect at the WWDC keynote. What are you most excited about? pic.twitter.com/fiiQbCxmw1
— Apple Hub (@theapplehub) June 2, 2019
WWDC keynote shall be posted on YouTube on their official channel prior to the end of the event. There can be many announcements regardless of no official confirmation during the keynote. We can expect a depth release of iOS 13 and even the MacOS 10.15 during the event. In addition, rumours claim to get an insight into the new MacBook Pro along with Apple Watch 5 series. However, some times before the rumour of the latest Apple watch which is specifically built for health conscious.
Just a few hours before the WWDC keynote, leaker Ben Geskin (@bengeskin) has shared an iOS 13 screenshot of the new Reminders app for iPhone in Dark Mode. Apparently, this is from an early March build so some changes could have been made since then. #WWDC19 pic.twitter.com/uRI2qbgOIr
— Apple Hub (@theapplehub) June 3, 2019
The live stream can also be watched from respective Apple TV via Apple events app. There are also many older videos in the app, if you feel nostalgia you can re-watch the events. On the other hand, during the early summer Google I/O conference didn’t fail to impress. And now all eyes on Apple with their keynote and hoping to get much better announcements.