How to watch Apple’s WWDC 2024 Keynote on June 10 on Apple, Android, and Windows

Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2024 will start on June 10 at Apple Park in California. The week’s event for developers will kick off with the Keynote event at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time.

WWDC 2024

Like the past few years, Apple will also host the WWDC 2023 Keynote virtually, with a few selected participants attending in person at the Steve Jobs Theater. 

How to watch Apple WWDC 2023 keynote on Apple, Windows, and Android devices

For all viewers around the world, Apple WWDC 2024 Keynote will be streamed for free across platforms. Users will be able to watch the event live from their Windows, Chrome, Linux, and Android devices, along with Apple users.

Here are all the ways you can stream Apple’s upcoming Keynote:

  • On the web at via iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, Mac, and Windows PC.
  • On Apple TV set-top box, via the Events app > Watch Now category > WWDC 24 event.

What will Apple announce at WWDC 2024 on June 10?

Apple’s WWDC 2024 is set to be a landmark event, featuring significant updates across its software ecosystem. The keynote on June 10th will unveil iOS 18, macOS 15, watchOS 11, iPadOS 18, and visionOS 2, each packed with innovative enhancements and features.

iOS 18

iOS 18 will introduce advanced AI features, making Siri smarter and more responsive through a partnership with OpenAI, bringing ChatGPT-style capabilities. These improvements will enhance Siri’s performance across all Apple devices, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Vision Pro. Additionally, iOS 18 will offer more customization options, such as a revamped Control Center with multiple pages and the ability to place and color app icons freely. Other notable features include a new Passwords app for secure credential management and a Safari “web eraser” to block unwanted website elements.

macOS 15

macOS 15 will focus heavily on integrating AI across various built-in applications like Photos, Notes, Messages, and Mail, making them more intuitive and efficient. Siri will gain significant upgrades, including the ability to summarize articles, move files, and create complex workflows. Users can also expect a redesigned Calculator app and improvements in Safari, such as an “Intelligent Search” option, aiming to enhance user-friendliness and power.

watchOS 11

The Apple Watch’s watchOS 11 will enhance Siri’s capabilities, allowing it to handle on-the-go tasks more efficiently. This will make interactions with the Apple Watch smoother and more productive. The update will introduce new workout types and additional watch faces, providing users with more options to personalize their experience. However, support for the older Apple Watch Series 4 will be dropped.

iPadOS 18

iPadOS 18 will mirror the updates in iOS 18, including advanced AI features and enhanced customization options for the Home Screen. This includes the ability to place icons and widgets freely and change app icon colors. The update will also bring new features to apps like Notes and Voice Memos and introduce a long-awaited native Calculator app for the iPad.

visionOS 2

VisionOS 2 for the Vision Pro headset will address initial gaps by adding native apps such as Books, Calendar, and Maps. It will also introduce system-wide features like Live Captions and respiration tracking in the Mindfulness app, enhancing the overall user experience.

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