Here is when you can watch Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference 2019, depending on where you live in the world.

On Tuesday September 10th Apple will be holding its latest event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park Campus. The event will be streamed live on its website and over the Apple TV, the event kicks off at 10am (PT) – that’s 6pm in the UK. Below we have included a world event clock for you to check out when you can watch the event.

As always we will cover the events in wrap up articles at geekscorner.co.uk.

 

Watch the Event on Apple TV
Apple TV users will be able to view the keynote (as long as they have a 2nd generation or later model running the latest Apple TV software or tvOS). On the menu screen you should see a tab for the WWDC Keynote.

Watch the Event on a Mac
If you’re on a Mac you can view the WWDC keynote here. You’ll need to be running Safari on macOS Sierra 10.12 or later.

Watch the Event on a PC
PC users can stream the event too: again, you can view the WWDC keynote here. Apple suggests using Microsoft Edge on Windows 10.

YouTube

For the first time Apple will also be Live-streaming on YouTube as well.

In store

Apple will also be live-streaming the event in their stores as well

What to expect

This year Apple is expected to release three models of iPhone, a new series 5 Apple Watch with watchOS 6 and iOS 13. Other rumours are a tile like tracker and more.