WWDC23: How to Watch Apple’s Big Event?


Apple is likely to reveal iOS 17, macOS 14, watchOS 10, tvOS 17, and much more during the WWDC 2023 event. Are you excited?! Along with the bigger 15-inch MacBook Air, the tech giant based in Cupertino is likely to debut its mixed-reality headset. Furthermore, it was recently reported that at the event, the business would also showcase other Macs with updated internals. The live feed will begin at 10 a.m. PT from Apple Park in Cupertino. Learn how to watch the WWDC 2023 event live on any device.

Let’s delve into more details!

On Monday (June 5), Apple will take the stage to unveil its highly anticipated AR Headset, as well as upcoming software upgrades. Despite the fact that the event is geared toward developers, the company is eager to unveil new goods and enhancements. The event will finally take place on June 5 and be live-streamed across many platforms, allowing you to watch it from wherever you are and on whichever device you like.


To watch Apple’s event on any device, run the YouTube app and navigate to Apple’s official channel. The event will be smoothly live-streamed on the company’s channel, as it was last year. Begin your journey here!

App for Apple TV

Aside from handhelds and notebooks, if you want to perfectly view the event on a larger screen in your living room, connect your Apple TV to your TV set and run Apple’s redesigned Apple TV app. You may also search for WWDC in the Search box and choose WWDC 2023 from the results.

Mac, iPhone, and iPad

All you have to do to watch the event on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac is go to this URL. When you do this, make sure you’re using the stock Safari browser.

Android device or tablet

The simplest way to watch the WWDC 2023 event on your Android phone is through YouTube. Simply start the YouTube app on your Android phone or tablet and navigate to Apple’s official channel.

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