When and where to catch Apple's WWDC Keynote?

iPhone-maker reveals full schedule for upcoming event where it is expected to latest iOS versions

Web Desk
When and where to catch Apples WWDC Keynote?
Apple announces full WWDC schedule so developers don't miss out. — Reuters/File

Apple has updated developers with the latest details about it upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference Keynote.

The phone-making giant has confirmed that the event will be held on June 10 at 10am Pacific Time. 

The company is expected to announce iOS 18, iPadOS 18, macOS 15, tvOS 18, watchOS 11, and visionOS 2, according to a report by Mac Rumours.

Apple will follow the keynote with the Platforms State of the Union, and the Apple Design Awards, which are typically also held on the same day.

Full schedule for Apple's WWDC Keynote

10am PDT — Apple Keynote that will provide a first look at "groundbreaking updates" coming to Apple platforms later this year.

1pm PDT — Platforms State of the Union that will provide a deeper dive into the latest advances across iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, ‌visionOS‌, and watchOS, and new tools that will further empower Apple developers.

Where to watch Apple's WWDC Keynote?

According to the report, the keynote event will be available to stream on Apple's website, the Apple Developer App, the Apple TV app, and YouTube. 

Meanwhile, the Platforms State of the Union will be available on the Apple Developer app and the Apple Developer website.

Throughout WWDC week, Apple is hosting online labs and consultations for developers to get advice on implementing the new features that Apple plans to announce at the event, along with over 100 technical sessions from Apple engineers, designers, and other experts.

If you want to keep up with the WWDC announcements, Apple recommends downloading the Apple Developer app.