WWDC 2023: How and Where to Watch, Timings, Expectations, and More!

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Get ready for an exciting event as Apple gears up for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2023, scheduled to commence on June 5 at 10:30 PM IST. During the event, the tech giant from Cupertino will unveil its next-generation software platforms, including iOS 17, iPadOS 17, and various developer tools. If you’re eager to catch the event live, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll outline different methods to watch Apple’s upcoming event live and provide the event timings for various countries. Let’s dive in!

Watch WWDC 2023 on YouTube

The simplest way to stream Apple’s live event is by tuning in to the official YouTube channel of the company on the day of the event. Whether you’re using a smartphone, smart TV, or a web browser on your laptop or PC, you can access the live stream through the YouTube app or by visiting the platform’s website. Click on the link below and set a reminder to ensure you don’t miss the event.

Apple YouTube Channel

Watch WWDC 2023 on Mac, iPhone, iPad, or Windows PC

If you’re an Apple enthusiast and prefer to experience WWDC 2023 on your Apple devices, you can watch the live stream directly on Apple’s official website using the native Safari browser or Google Chrome. It’s important to note that your device must be running iOS 10 or above, or macOS Sierra 10.12 or above.

For Windows PC or laptop users, the native Microsoft Edge browser can be used to stream the event on YouTube, or you can visit Apple’s official website. Alternatively, popular web browsers like Chrome or Firefox can also be utilized to watch the live stream.

Watch WWDC 2023 Using the Apple TV App

The Apple TV app provides another option for watching the event. Simply open the Apple TV app on your Mac, iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV set. Although the link is not currently available, the live stream is expected to appear in the “Watch Now” section of the app on June 6. Navigate to the “Watch Now” category in the app’s bottom navigation bar, select WWDC 2023, and click or tap the Play button to start streaming. Alternatively, you can use the search bar within the Apple TV app to locate the WWDC 2023 event and begin watching immediately.

Please note that the link for the WWDC 2023 event is currently unavailable on the Apple TV app, but it is anticipated to appear prior to the event date.

Watch WWDC 2023 in the Apple Developer App or Developer Website

Apple aims to broaden the event’s reach among developers worldwide, and as such, the WWDC 2023 virtual event will be streamed via the Apple Developer app and the Developer website. You can download the Developer app from the App Store or visit developer.apple.com on the day of the event to access the live stream.

WWDC 2023 Timings Around the World

Now, let’s take a look at the event timings for WWDC 2023 across different time zones. The event will begin at 10 am Pacific Time on June 5 at Apple Park in Cupertino, California. In India, the live stream will be available at 10:30 pm on the same day. Refer to the list below for event timings in various countries:

  • Honolulu, Hawaii – 7:00 am
  • Anchorage, Alaska – 9:00 am
  • Cupertino, California – 10:00 am
  • Phoenix, Arizona – 10:00 am
  • Vancouver, Canada – 10:00 am
  • Denver, Colorado – 11:00 am
  • Dallas, Texas – 12:00 am
  • New York, New York – 1:00 am
  • Toronto, Canada – 1:00 pm
  • Halifax, Canada – 2:00 pm
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – 2:00 pm
  • London, United Kingdom – 6:00 pm
  • Berlin, Germany – 7:00 pm
  • Paris, France – 7:00 pm
  • Cape Town, South Africa – 7:00 pm
  • Moscow, Russia – 8:00 pm
  • Helsinki, Finland – 8:00 pm
  • Istanbul, Turkey – 8:00 pm
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates – 9:00 pm
  • Jakarta, Indonesia – 12:00 am (next day)
  • Shanghai, China – 1:00 am (next day)
  • Singapore – 1:00 am (next day)
  • Perth, Australia – 1:00 am (next day)
  • Hong Kong – 1:00 am (next day)
  • Seoul, South Korea – 2:00 am (next day)
  • Tokyo, Japan – 2:00 am (next day)
  • Adelaide, Australia – 2:30 am (next day)
  • Sydney, Australia – 3:00 am (next day)
  • Auckland, New Zealand – 5:00 am (next day)

WWDC 2023: What to Expect

With WWDC 2023 being just a few days away, Apple is now sending out a full event schedule thus creating a buzz about what they have in store for the event. 9to5Mac has accessed the schedule shared by Apple that starts with a keynote address on June 5 at 10:30 PM IST. After the keynote, developers will get to check out one other keynote called Platforms State of Union, which will dive deep into the details of what’s new.

Those attending the event can also sign up for a tour of “The Ring”, the central complex within the spacious Apple Park Campus. Later at Night, Apple will host its Design Awards Keynote. Here are the products that Apple might showcase during WWDC 2023-

1. iOS 17

iOS 17 was first rolled out as an update with minor changes but seems like soon it will start including all those features which have been requested by iPhone users for a while now. Ios 17 might come with a Journal App, Mood Tracker, Control Center Upgrade, better functionality for Dynamic Island, new features for Apple Music, and more. App sideloading feature might also be seen in the EU Region.

2. watchOS 10

Analyst Mark Gurman claims that the Apple watchOS 10 will also get some major upgrades. Some new features might be a new widget system to check information without opening the app, a customizable Digital Crown, a redesign for Apple Watch Home Screen, and more.

3. Mixed Reality Headset

One of the most ambitious projects by Apple, its Mixed Reality Headset might also be showcased during the WWDC 2023. The headset is reportedly being called Reality One or Reality Pro and will come with 4k micro OLED displays, dozens of cameras to map surroundings and facial expressions, hand gestures, iris scanning, and more.

4. 15-inch MacBook Air

Speculations are rife that a new 15-inch MacBook Air might also be launched during the event. It will have a display size of 15.5 inches and be powered by an M2 chipset with 8-core and 10-core GPU variants. It might get an M3 chipset too, but that will be much later.

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