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Where to watch Apple WWDC 2023 event

Keen on seeing what Apple is introducing, we show you where to find out more

Updated: Jun 5, 2023 6:12 pm
Where to watch Apple WWDC 2023 event

The big event for users in the ecosystem, we see where to watch Apple WWDC 2023 event. If you’re after how to watch the Apple Event, there are a few ways to get access to the special event to see what the company is brewing behind the scenes. Even though it is a developer conference, it is a good insight into what you can expect from the company coming up.

There are a lot of leaks and rumors to look forward to that might come up at this event. In particular, the iOS 17 release date might be coming soon and the specifics might be announced then. Another is the likely showcase of the 15″ MacBook Air, scaling up the screen size and to the current year and modern hardware.

There are also whispers of the Apple VR/AR headset, this would come not long after the Meta Quest 3 release date announcement and more competition in the VR space. Along with plenty of other expected announcements, there is a lot to look forward to it.

Where to watch Apple WWDC 2023 Event

You can find a live stream of WWDC on Apple’s YouTube channel. Or you can also find the stream on Apple’s website if you are on Safari or Chrome browsers or even Bing for Windows machines. It is also on Apple’s TV app so you can watch it from your iOS devices, you can find it under the ‘Watch now’ section of the app to find the stream.

The stream will be live from Apple Park in California but will be streamed live on the web. So if you’re curious about what time it starts locally for you, we have some conversions listed for you as to what time it starts.

  • 6 pm BST
  • 7 pm CEST
  • 10 am PDT
  • 1 pm EDT
  • 10:30 pm IST
  • 2:30 am ACST

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