WWDC 2019: When and where to watch Apple's keynote
Today, Apple will host the Worldwide Developers Conference and unveil its latest software products, including the highly anticipated iOS 13. The five-day event is slated to take place at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. But the Cupertino giant has also planned its live stream for fans in other parts of the world. Here's how you can watch it in India.
When the event will start
In the US, Apple's WWDC keynote is scheduled to start at 10 am PDT, which means that the event's steam will go live at 10:30 pm in India. Notably, CEO Tim Cook and other top Apple executives will participate in the keynote presentation.
How to watch if you're a part of Apple's ecosystem
Watching the live stream of the event is pretty easy for those in Apple's ecosystem. If you own an Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, the keynote can be streamed by visiting 'Apple Events' website on Safari browser or by downloading the WWDC app from the App Store. Apple TV owners, on the other hand, can directly tune in on the Apple Events app.
Streaming for other platforms
For other platforms, you need to visit the same 'Apple events' website. However, Apple recommends that Windows 10 users should tune in on the website via Microsoft Edge for best experience. Meanwhile, those on Android should use the latest version of Mozilla or Google Chrome with support for MSE, H.264, and AAC. The site may not work on older versions.
What to expect from Apple
Apple is expected to unveil iOS 13 with improved apps, gesture support, new animations, minor interface changes, and a dark mode. Plus, the company will showcase the latest iterations of MacOS and WatchOS. The former will bring new apps for Music, TV, and Podcasts while the latter will come with its own version of App Store and apps like Voice Memos, Apple Books.
watchOS 6 and tvOS
Apple is also planning to bring a version of App Store on the Apple Watch via its all-new watchOS 6. The software is likely to bring apps like Voice Memos, Apple Books, and a couple of new health-related apps to the watch. Further, we also expect some minor improvements to Apple TV's tvOS and multiuser support on HomePod - the company's Siri-powered Bluetooth speaker.
Apple could also launch a new Mac Pro
Apple could also launch a revamped Mac Pro to replace the dated model from 2013. Plus, a new external monitor with a 31.6-inch display and 6K resolution and a tracking device that can stick to your systems and provide notifications and location information via iCloud account is also said to be on the cards.