Apple’s WWDC keynote just wrapped up and in case you missed it (or want to watch again), this year you can replay the livestream right away on Apple’s website as well as its YouTube channel, Apple Developer app, Podcasts app, and more.
Apple’s first totally online WWDC keynote is now in the books and the company has announced iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, the Mac’s transition to ARM, and much more.
If you missed the livestream of the keynote, luckily Apple has already made it available to replay on its website, Apple Developer app, and YouTube (embedded below).
Another great option if you want to listen to the keynote while driving, working out, or multitasking, Apple has made it available in the Podcasts app.
How to replay the WWDC keynote livestream
- Watch at Apple’s Special Events website
- Watch in the Apple Developer app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV
- Watch in the Apple TV app on any supported device
- Watch the livestream on YouTube
- Listen on the Apple Podcasts app (or watch)
Catch up on 9to5Mac’s WWDC coverage:
- WWDC 2020 News Hub and Live Blog – Follow along with everything Apple announces
- Apple unveils iOS 14 with new home screen design, widgets, picture in picture, more
- watchOS 7 for Apple Watch: Sleep tracking, face sharing, new workouts including dance, hand washing detection, more
- Apple announces iPadOS 14: new widgets, redesigned apps, handwriting recognition, revamped universal search
- Apple announces tvOS 14 with Home app, audio sharing, multiple user support for Apple Arcade
- Apple announces Mac architecture transition from Intel to its own ARM chips, offers emulation path
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