Apple Keynote: How to Watch WWDC 2016 Live Stream
Monday, the 13th of June will be the day that Apple kicks off the WWDC 2016, its very own developer conference. As is tradition, the opening Keynote contains a bunch of interesting product announcements and news with regards to iOS, Mac OS X, tvOS and watchOS. You don’t have to be present on location to attend the event, as Apple will be providing a live stream for the WWDC 2016 keynote via the web. The stream should work on iOS and Mac OS X devices, on the Apple TV and of course on a Windows PC if needed.
WWDC 2016 live stream on Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV & Windows 10
If you are using an iPhone, iPad or Mac, or Windows 10 on a PC, you are basically set. Streaming the opening Apple Keynote for this year’s WWDC will already work on your device without having to install additional software. On Apple devices, all you have to do is to open up the Safari browser (or the WWDC app on Apple TV) and navigate to the web address below. Windows 10 users can launch their Microsoft Edge browser and pull up the stream just as easily.
The keynote will be available for streaming on 13th of June, starting at 10:00 AM PDT. Other live sessions and workshops aimed at developers will be streaming throughout the event, while the opening presentation is aimed at the media and consumers.
Live streaming the Apple keynote on Android & Windows
If you solely own an Android device or run a a version of Windows on your PC that isn’t the latest, you can still watch the keynote by applying a little bit of a trick. Download the VLC Player (Android / Windows) and search the web for “WWDC 2016 Keynote VLC Link” to obtain the URL which can then be opened within the player.