KEY POINTS

  • Apple's WWDC 2020 is set to begin on June 22
  • Interested parties can watch the keynote using a variety of ways
  • Non-Apple device owners can watch it too

Apple is expected to unveil the new features and enhancements included in the latest operating system versions across its devices. These includes giving a quick look at the new iOS, iPadOS, macOS and tvOS versions. All of these announcements and reveals will be spearheaded by a keynote which will happen on the first day, June 22.

Everyone can tune in and watch the keynote address once WWDC begins next week. The event will be held online, and is free for everybody. That said, here's how people can watch this year's WWDC keynote.

Via an iPhone, iPad or Mac

Apple device users can simply use the Safari app to watch the WWDC keynote. Not all iDevices can be used for the purpose, however. iPhones and iPads should run on at least iOS 10 or newer, and Macs should be running on macOS Sierra 10.12 or later. Those who have eligible devices can simply launch Safari and head to Apple's Events page.

Via the TV app

Alternatively, iPhone, iPad and Mac users can watch the keynote via the TV app. Apple TV users can watch it using this app as well. All users need to do is launch the TV app, type “WWDC” in the Search field, select WWDC 2020 from the results, then tap or click on Play to start watching.

It's worth noting that the keynote for this year's WWDC won't be shown on the TV app until it goes live. Users can watch last year's keynote instead.

Via the Apple Developer app

Developers will be able to watch the keynote via the Developer app or website as the company plans to stream it there when it goes live.

Via a Windows PC

Those who want to watch the keynote but do not have an Apple device can watch it via a Windows PC. All users need to do is to launch Microsoft's Edge browser then head to Apple's Events page. MacRumors said Apple didn't guarantee if the WWDC 2020 keynote can be watched via other platforms such as Chrome or Firefox.

Via YouTube

Apple is also planning on streaming the keynote via a WWDC Special Event video in YouTube. The video has been added to the company's channel, but the keynote can only be viewed once it goes live on June 22, 10:00 a.m. PDT.

Apple Events Page A screenshot of Apple's Events page. Photo: Apple