Here's how you can watch Apple's WWDC 2020 keynote

Today, Apple is kicking off WWDC, its annual developer conference where it shows off what's coming over the next year. The keynote is where you can always expect to see what's coming in the next major updates for iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS.

As usual, the keynote will be live-streamed, although this time, it can actually be streamed on YouTube. There are two other ways that you can watch it. The first is via the Apple Developer app, which is limited to Apple's devices. The other way to watch it is through the Apple Developer website, which is what's available for everyone. The keynote is today, June 22, and it starts at 10am Pacific Time.

Along with iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, tvOS 14, and macOS 10.16, Apple is expected to announce that it's ditching Intel processors in its Mac lineup. If that happens, the firm will move to its own custom ARM processors, similar to what it's already been using in iPhones and iPads. This type of processor allows for better battery life with its big.LITTLE architecture, and of course, Apple wouldn't have to rely on Intel anymore.

As for what else might be announced, that's anyone's guess. It's not beyond Apple to announce new hardware at its developer show, but it's also not a hardware show. We'll find out in a few hours.

Update: This article was updated with YouTube information.

Report a problem with article
1592838600_bak_sshot142
Next Article

Rocksteady reportedly readying a Suicide Squad game for next-gen platforms

1592832038_airpods_3_rumor
Previous Article

AirPods 3 reportedly expected in the first half of 2021, will look like the AirPods Pro

3 Comments - Add comment

Advertisement