On Monday, June 4th Apple will be kicking off its yearly WWDC event (Worldwide Developers Conference) a showcase for all the things being cooked up in Cupertino, California.
The WWDC 2018 Keynote kicks off at 7pm (Malta time).
What will we see?
We are expecting to hear news about macOS 10.4 , iOS 12, watchOS, cloud services and a number of new initiatives based on healthy usage of their products and services. Along with all this, there might be a release of the new iPhone SE2.
Where can I see it?
Watch on a Mac, iPhone, or iPad:
Open up the Safari browser and head directly to the Apple website.
Watch on an Apple TV
If you are an Apple TV (fourth generation or later) user, head to the Appstore and download the Apple Events app. If your Apple TV is older, the Apple Events option should appear on your Apple TV’s home screen automatically.
Watch on a Windows PC
Use the Microsoft Edge browser, the only browser that can display Apple’s WWDC live stream. After opening up the browser, head to Apple’s website.
Will you be watching the Apple Event? Tell us what you are excited about in the comments below.