WWDC 2019 lasts for a week, but all the big announcements are condensed into a two-hour keynote speech at the start. On Monday 3 June 2019 (starting at around 10am California time, or 6pm UK time), Apple will unveil its plans for the next versions of iOS and macOS, and we also expect to find out more about the new Mac Pro and a new Apple Display.

Apple will live-stream the keynote presentation. Assuming you couldn't get tickets to the event, this article explains how to watch the company talk about its new products and services - whether you want to watch on a Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or Windows PC, or even in an Apple Store with a bunch of other fans.

When does WWDC start?

WWDC 2019 will run from 3-7 June. On 22 May Apple announced that the keynote will start at 10am local time (PDT) on the first day. That translates to 6pm UK time on 3 June.

So, based on the 10am start time in California, here's a guide to when the stream should start playing where you are.

  • US West Coast: Monday 3 June at 10am (PDT)
  • Central US: 3 June at noon (CDT)
  • US East Coast: 3 June at 1pm (EDT)
  • UK: 3 June at 6pm (BST)
  • Paris/central Europe: 3 June at 7pm (CEST)
  • Perth/western Australia: Tuesday 4 June at 1am (AWST)
  • Adelaide/central Australia: 4 June at 2.30am (ACST)
  • Sydney/Melbourne/Brisbane/Canberra: 4 June at 3am (AEST)

How to watch on PC or Mac

You need to be running Safari on macOS Sierra 10.12 or later, or Microsoft Edge on Windows 10.

To watch, simply head to the Apple Event page.

How to watch on iPad or iPad

Apple says its keynote videos are best experienced on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch using Safari on iOS 10 or later (although it will play on iOS 9 too).

To watch, simply head to the Apple Event page.

How to watch on Apple TV

Apple TV users will be able to rewatch the keynote (as long as they have a 2nd-gen or later model running the latest Apple TV software or tvOS).

You will be able to watch via the Apple Events app.

How to watch at an Apple Store

It was possible to watch Apple's CEO Tim Cook deliver the keynote for the 25 March event in an Apple Store, so it is feasible that Apple will offer the same option with WWDC, although that's not yet been confirmed. In the past a livestream of the video from other Apple events has been available to certain Apple Stores around the world.

To find out if your local store will be participating, and to sign up to attend the event, go to Apple's website where you can search for your local store.

If you're in the UK, like us, you'll may be able to watch the keynote at the following stores which have the necessary screen for the live broadcast:

  • Greenhithe, Bluewater
  • Liverpool, Liverpool
  • London, Brent Cross
  • London, Covent Garden
  • London, Regent Street
  • Manchester, Arndale
  • Sheffield, Meadowhall
  • Southampton

How to watch on anything else...

Apple says other platforms may be able to access the stream using recent versions of Chrome or Firefox (MSE, H.264, and AAC required).

To watch, simply head to the Apple Event page.