How To Watch Apple’s WWDC Keynote – CNET

Apple’s WWDC is set for Monday. Traditionally, the big developer-focused event has been where the company gives us a first look at new software for iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and Macs. But occasionally we get some new hardware, too. 

This year seems set to be the latter, with plenty of rumors circulating around the tech giant’s mysterious augmented reality headset, a new 15-inch MacBook Air and the long-teased Apple Silicon-powered Mac Pro

Although there’s still some time until Tim Cook pops up on stage and makes things official, here’s what we expect at the keynote address on June 5. 

Apple’s icon for SwiftUI.


When is WWDC? 

This year’s WWDC runs June 5 to 9. The opening keynote speech is set for 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) on Monday. 

As with past years, Apple will be streaming the keynote on its website and Apple’s YouTube page.

What do we expect?

Apple headset

The 2019 Mac Pro The 2019 Mac Pro

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