WWDC 2022 Keynote Today: How to Watch Livestream, What to Expect

Aishwarya Panda
Aishwarya Panda June 6, 2022
Updated 2022/06/06 at 10:29 AM

WWDC 2022 is set to begin today, June 6. Apple is hosting its WWDC 2022 keynote in the evening( as per the Indian time) virtually to exhibit its new software developments. Continuing the trend, the Cupertino company is anticipated to unveil the succeeding versions of its operating systems that would be named iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16. Some recent reports suggested that alongside its new software releases, Apple would show off some of its next- generation stuff at the keynote. It could be the new MacBook Air with M2 chip or just some incremental Mac mini and Mac Pro updates.

Apple will livestream its WWDC keynote to show off its announcements to the world

WWDC 2022 keynote livestream timings, how to watch online

The WWDC 2022 keynote will take place at 10 am PT( 10.30 pm IST) today. The event will be livestreamed through Apple’s YouTube channel. It’ll also be streamed through the Apple.com website, Apple TV app, and the Apple Developer app.

What to expect at WWDC 2022

Compared to former generations, Apple at its WWDC keynote is anticipated to advertise a range of software- centered developments. We can safely expect the launch of iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16 at the event. Further, there are reports to suggest the launch of some new Mac devices at the keynote. These could include the anticipated MacBook Air with M2 chip as well as new Mac mini and Mac Pro models.

 iOS 16

One of the biggest attractions of this time’s WWDC is hoped to be iOS 16. Apple is reported to upgrade the interface of iOS 16 with redesigned app icons, interactive gadgets, upgraded theme options, and a floating app window. Further, some advancements are said to be available on the part of the preloaded Camera app.

 iPadOS 16

Alike to iOS 16, iPadOS 16 is expected to catch some eyeballs at this time’s WWDC keynote. The new iPadOS version will get an advanced multi-tasking experience that would be resembling to that of macOS, Users are reported to be capable to resize app windows while using multiple apps at the same time. This would be a step ahead of the being Split View where two apps can be open together.

 macOS 13

Although there are not too many reports to suggest what’s coming on macOS 13, we can at least expect some incremental changes. One of them could be an update to the Settings app. Some crucial preloaded Apple apps on the operating system are also expected to have a design overhaul this time.

 watchOS 9

For Apple Watch users, this time’s WWDC keynote is also expected to bring watchOS 9 as an update. The new watchOS release will have advancements that will ” affect day- to- day operating and navigation” on the Apple Watch, as per Gurman. There could also be the new Health app to upgrade health tracking on the Watch hardware — alongside the iPhone.

 tvOS 16

There are not any significant details on what exactly we can anticipate on the part of tvOS 16. Yet, it’s safe to assume that Apple would advertise some advancements to retain its users on Apple TV. Some reports in the past also suggested that Apple would bring homeOS as its devoted smart home operating system. That has not yet officially been declared. Nonetheless, we can expect that tvOS could get some new features to control smart home devices from a television.

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