Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is expected to be one of its biggest conferences yet. After years of rumors and leaks, Apple can finally take the lid off its mixed reality headset, ushering the company into a new product category and giving the world a first look at its attempt to prove that virtual reality is worth investing in.
There’s also definitely a lot more: OS updates, new apps and features, and maybe some new hardware too. Here, we’ve rounded up details on how and when you can watch the keynote at WWDC as well as some of the announcements we can expect from Apple.
This year’s WWDC keynote address is scheduled for Monday, June 5 at 1pm EST / 10am PT. It will be held as a digital and in-person event at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, where Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to kick things off.
Apple will broadcast the WWDC Keynote live from its website and YouTube channel. You can also watch the broadcast which we will include at the top of this article once it is published. If you can’t watch the keynote live, you can always watch it from the pre-recorded version that Apple will post to YouTube after it’s broadcast.