How to watch the WWDC22 keynote: iOS 16, watchOS 9 and more


Day came. In a few hours, the 33rd edition of the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference will begin: WWDC22. We return to Apple Park to begin the conference through the inaugural speech moderated by Tim Cook and his team. In the presentation we will see all the news related to the new Apple operating systems: iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9 and tvOS 16. If you want to see the presentation live and follow live all the news that they prepared for us from Cupertino, you’re in luck, we’ll tell you about them below.

So you can follow the WWDC22 opening keynote

To 7:00 p.m. (Spanish time) The WWDC22 keynote is about to begin. It is an event expected by many and about which little is known apart from the rumors published to date. On this occasion, once again, we will again enjoy a previously recorded keynote since presentations have stopped being face to face since COVID-19 entered our lives.

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In order to follow the live broadcast, we can do it through several places. First, and the most recommended, is to follow it through the official Apple website. A few minutes before starting the web will be activated and we will be able to access the broadcast. It has multi-language subtitles in case you can’t follow the English broadcast and it’s very good quality.

Second, if you have an Apple TV, you can follow it through the Apple Events channel as usual. Finally, we have already programmed the official broadcast on youtube

which will begin at 7:00 p.m. although it is likely to start a few minutes earlier with a “preview” as people join in. To be able to follow it, all you have to do is access the scheduled event:

Until 7:00 p.m., all we have to do is wait, take out our diaries to have the afternoon free and hope that all the new features that Apple has prepared for us are up to the occasion. And you, are you going to see the presentation? We are waiting for you to inform you on iPhone News of another event!



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