How to Watch the Apple WWDC 2022 keynote live stream
Despite the fact that Apple is reopening WWDC 2022 to a live, in-person audience in part, the majority of attendees will be watching Apple CEO Tim Cook’s keynote on Monday, June 6, through a live broadcast. This is how you may watch from any location. The Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park in Cupertino, California, will host Apple’s first semi-in-person WWDC in two years. In 2020, Cook took the stage with his back to dozens of empty chairs. He’ll turn around and speak to a live, in-theater audience at WWDC 2022. From a laptop, desktop, tablet, or smartphone, your viewpoint may be just as fantastic (or better if the camera zooms in).
Cook’s keynote at WWDC 2022 begins at 10 a.m. PT (1 PM ET, 6 PM BST). It is expected to last 90 minutes, but it might last as little as an hour or as long as two hours. According to on what we’ve heard, there’s a lot to cover (iOS 16, iPadOS 16, tvOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 8, and maybe realityOS). Then there’s the chance of new Apple hardware, such as a new MacBook Air, Mac Mini, or even a new Mac Pro – and that’s before a new Apple M2 processor is considered.
Apple also has a YouTube account (opens in new tab) where it posts new ads and streams live events (there’s also a wonderful library of previous Apple events). You can subscribe to the channel to be notified when the WWDC 2022 keynote goes live, or you can just go to the Apple WWDC22 YouTube video page(opens in new tab), which is already up and running and includes a countdown to the start of the live-streaming keynote event. The video should be watchable on any platform that allows you to watch YouTube videos.
The keynote live feed will be prominently displayed on Appel’s Apple TV streaming device. When you first turn on your Apple TV, the keynote should display in the Watch Now content carousel at the top of the screen. The advantage is that you can watch the game on your largest television.