WWDC 2024: Where to watch Apple’s event — Streams, schedule & more

Dylan Horetski
Apple WWDC 2024

Apple has finally announced its Worldwide Developers Conference for 2024. Here’s everything we know about Apple WWDC 2024, including how to watch it and when it’s happening.

Apple officially announced WWDC 2024, saying they’ll spotlight the latest advancements in Apple’s software across mobile, MacOS, and VisionOS.

The WWDC event takes place every year around the beginning of summer, and features the latest in software upgrades with the occasional product reveal like the Apple Vision Pro.

How to watch WWDC 2024: Streams & schedule

WWDC will take place starting on June 10, 2024, and run through June 14, 2024. If you want to watch it online, live streams will be available on the Apple Developer App, the Apple Website, and YouTube.

WWDC 2024 schedule

  • 10:00 a.m. PDT : Apple Keynote – Apple plans an “exciting reveal of the latest Apple software and technologies.”
  • 1:00 p.m. PDT: Platforms State of the Union – Apple plans to showcase “the newest advancements on Apple platforms,” including iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, ‌visionOS‌, and watchOS.

What could Apple announce during WWDC 2024?

WWDC is a software conference where Apple showcases the features and capabilities of the software that powers its devices. Apple promises to introduce “groundbreaking updates” to its software platforms.

According to the rumors, the WWDC 2024 is expected to focus on AI and its integration into Apple’s devices.  Apple will likely announce iOS 18 during the keynote, rumored to be the “biggest” update to the OS ever.

The company has reportedly collaborated with OpenAI to bring ChatGPT-like features to Siri. According to reports, AI-infused Siri is expected to be more powerful and will be able to perform app-specific tasks.

Besides iOS 18, Apple is expected to showcase iPadOS 18, tvOS 18, and watchOS 11 features. The next-generation macOS is also a certainty; however, we’re not sure of its name yet.

Lastly, Apple is also expected to update the Vision Pro’s visionOS from version 1 to version 2. The name of this OS has been changed multiple times, and we might see the introduction of accessibility changes in the new OS.