The WWDC 2022 keynote starts today at 10am PT / 1pm ET / 6pm BST (3am June 7 AEST), and we anticipate that it will run about an hour and a half – but it could be as short as one hour or as long as two hours, depending on how much is revealed. And we expect that there will be a lot to reveal, like iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, tvOS 16, and maybe even realityOS for the long-rumored Apple AR/VR headset.
If you want to know how to watch WWDC 2022's keynote live, as it happens from wherever you are, you have plenty of options, fortunately – and we've pulled them all together to make it as easy as possible for you to catch all the major reveals as they happen along with us here at TechRadar.
How to watch the Apple WWDC 2022 keynote
When Apple’s WWDC 2022 keynote kicks off you’ll have a few options for how to watch along.
For the simplest one, we’d recommend you bookmark this page and come back later at 10am PT / 1pm ET / 6pm BST / 3am June 7 AEST. That’s because we’ve embedded the YouTube Livestream below; you’ll be able to watch as soon as Apple goes live.
While you’re here you might also want to check out our WWDC 2022 liveblog. We’ll be running readers through all of Apple’s announcements as they happen, as well as providing insight from our expert writers (including two who are attending WWDC 2022 in person).
These aren’t your only options though. If you head over to YouTube proper and open up the WWDC 2022 Livestream, you should see the option to set a reminder if you’re signed in to your Google account. Depending on what your YouTube notification settings are you should get a little reminder later today when the event goes live.
Similarly, you can head over to the Apple Events page on the official website and right at the top of the page you’ll see the option to add WWDC 2022’s keynote to your calendar. Just like on YouTube, this will let you set up a reminder for the Apple keynote so that you can return to Apple’s Events page and catch the announcements live when it kicks off.
Apple will also feature the keynote live stream prominently on its Apple TV streaming platform. If you launch your Apple TV, access to the keynote should appear right at the top of the interface in the Watch Now content carousel. The benefit here is that you can watch the event on your TV for an eye-popping experience.
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A 35-year industry veteran and award-winning journalist, Lance has covered technology since PCs were the size of suitcases and “on line” meant “waiting.” He’s a former Lifewire Editor-in-Chief, Mashable Editor-in-Chief, and, before that, Editor in Chief of PCMag.com and Senior Vice President of Content for Ziff Davis, Inc. He also wrote a popular, weekly tech column for Medium called The Upgrade.
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