This limitation is off because Apple has also decided to stream WWDC 2020 live on YouTube. All that you need is an Internet connection and a device that is able to play a YouTube video. Apple even helps you with the timing. A WWDC 2020 live stream has been already listed on YouTube and we shared it below. You can use it to set a reminder for the keynote starting time, which is scheduled June 22 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time.
Free WWDC 2020 Live Stream
Update: Thanks for watching the keynote live online with us. If you missed it you can watch it now, on demand. Just play the video embedded below:
Important: This YouTube feed will only live stream the keynote. Other videos from the Platforms State of the Union will be only available for registered Apple Developers as detailed here.
How To Watch The WWDC 2020 Live Stream
1. Tap the Play button of the embedded YouTube video available lower in this article.
2. A ‘Video Unavailable’ error message will display, informing you that playback of the live stream is restricted to the YouTube platform. Tap the ‘Watch this video on YouTube’ link.
3. A YouTube page (if you use a browser), or the YouTube app itself (if you use a smartphone or tablet) with the WWDC 2020 live stream opens up. You can now watch the WWDC 2020 keynote live online.
Extra: 4. Click or tap the ‘Set Reminder’ call to action option, displayed in the lower-left part of the video window. This way you will get a notification from YouTube, right before the keynote start.
Tip: For more detailed timing check our own WWDC 2020 countdown timer that.
Fact: You can watch the YouTube WWDC 2020 live stream on any smartphone, tablet, computer, notebook. Even smart TVs are a good choice.
Other WWDC 2020 Live Stream Sources
Besides the public YouTube live stream shared in this article, Apple will also stream the keynote on the Apple Events website, in the Apple Events app, on Apple TV, in the Apple Developer app and website. This way you have multiple sources to choose from in case one of the streams crashes or becomes overloaded.
iOS 14 is definitely the most expected moment keynote preview. What are your expectations from WWDC 2020? Let us know in the comments section available below.