- The WWDC Keynote takes place on June 7 at 10 a.m. PDT.
- CEO Tim Cook will likely take the stage with a keynote.
- Due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, this event will be organized as a virtual event.
Apple’s WWDC 2021 will start today (June 7) with a big keynote conference at 10 am. It includes upgrades to core iPhone apps such as Maps, Reminders, and Messages; new apps for the Apple Watch that make it more independent from the iPhone, and enhancements to the health tracking capabilities of Apple devices.
This year, Apple decided to host the entire conference online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Apple also said that the annual WWDC will be free for all developers, to access via its developer app and website.
How to Watch the WWDC Keynote Live?
This spring-loaded event from Apple will be held on from today. This event will be held at 10.30 pm Indian time. There are several ways to watch the WWDC 2021 keynote live, including:
Apple TV App: Apple will place a link to the live keynote on its TV app on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, and Google TV. If you can’t find the live stream, search for “keynote” within the TV app.
Web Browser: Browse to Apple.com with browser on a Windows, Mac, or Linux computer, or visit the Apple Events website, and you’ll see a link to the live stream. Click it to watch the keynote.
YouTube: Apple also streams the keynote live through its YouTube account, which means that you can watch it with any device that supports YouTube. You’ll also be able to visit the official WWDC 2021 keynote link to watch it after it wraps up.
WWDC 2021 keynote: Key expectations
During the Apple Keynote, you can expect a sneak peek at some of the coolest new features Apple plans to introduce in iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, tvOS 15, and the latest version of macOS.
Beyond updates to iOS 15 and macOS 12, Apple can launch a new MacBook Pro. The new MacBook Pro could flaunt a new design and will reportedly be available in 14-inch and 16-inch screen sizes.
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