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Apple launches WWDC 2021 Live Stream on YouTube in preparation for the June 7 Keynote



Apple is preparing for the worldwide developer conference that starts next Monday, and today launches a livestream on YouTube where viewers can sign up to receive a reminder when the event begins. Apple’s main event will take place on Monday, June 7 at. 10:00 Pacific Time.

In addition to live streaming of the event on YouTube, Apple also plans to make the WWDC 2021 headphone available through the Events website and in the Apple TV app. Apple today also created an event page for WWDC 2021, where live stream will be available.

WWDC will see the unveiling of iOS 1

5, iPadOS 15, macOS 12, watchOS 8 and tvOS 15, plus there’s a chance we’ll hear details about the future of Apple’s silicon, including the possible unveiling of new MacBook Pro models. New Macs are not guaranteed, and rumors are rife at the moment, but it can happen.

At the very least, however, we will look at what we can expect over the next year in terms of software and features. We know little about ‌iOS 15‌ at this time, but Apple is improving alerts and notifications, with details available in our iOS 15 summary.

MacRumors will have full coverage of next week’s mainstream both on MacRumors.com and through our MacRumorsLive Twitter account.




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