The pure online format returns. […]
Updated on 06/01/21: Apple has provided a YouTube stream and we have embedded it in this article. The stream will go live shortly before the keynote at 7am CEST on June 7.
After postponing WWDC for several weeks last year due to the pandemic, Apple has announced that WWDC will return to its usual place in early June. The conference will take place from 7 to 11 June and will once again have an online-only format that is free for all developers.
The conference will begin at 7 p.m. with a video keynote in which Tim Cook, Craig Federighi and other well-known Apple executives will talk about the latest features of the product family. Other important sessions include the Platforms State of the Union on June 7 at 11pm and the Apple Design Awards on June 10 at 11pm.
In addition to information about the next versions of Apple’s operating systems and key developer tools, Apple sometimes introduces new hardware at WWDC. This year, there are many rumors about new 14-inch and 16 – inch MacBook Pro laptops to be announced at the event.
How to Watch the WWDC Keynote
You can follow the WWDC Keynote on apple.com in the Apple TV App, the Apple Developer App and on Apple’s YouTube channel. Immediately after the stream, the keynote will be available on demand in all these locations.
* Jason Cross has been writing professionally about technology for over 20 years. His goal is to find out how complicated technology works and explain it so that everyone can understand it.