How to watch the Apple WWDC17 live stream

Alex Kidman 5 June 2017 NEWS


Apple will announce software updates and maybe new hardware at its WWDC keynote, and you can watch along live.

The rumour mills are spinning rapidly with hype suggesting everything from Siri-based speakers to a 10.5 inch iPad, along with the less exciting but still necessary updates to iOS and macOS as Apple prepares to launch its 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference, usually shortened to WWDC.

As usual, tickets for the event itself sold at a dizzying pace, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on the keynote, which will stream live in Australia on 6 June 2017 at 3AM AEST. You can blame time zones and the rotation of the earth for that.

How can I watch the WWDC 2017 keynote?

If you’re watching from a desktop, laptop, tablet or iOS device, Apple will provide a live stream from its dedicated events site, which you can find here.

It shouldn't come as a shock to anyone that Apple has a preference for streaming to iOS devices, right? As such, Android fans will need to find a computer or iOS device if they want to watch along.

If you want to watch on a larger screen and you’ve got an Apple TV set top box, Apple will provide a stream to the 2nd and 3rd generation Apple TV via the Events app, which is installed by Apple itself on such devices. If you're using the 4th generation Apple TV, you'll need to specifically install the Events App from within the App store to watch the keynote.

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