Apple’s annual WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2021 is kicking off on Monday, June 7. The keynote speech is scheduled for 10 AM PDT, that’s 10:30 PM IST and it is going to be livestreamed for everyone to watch on YouTube as well as the official company site. The YouTube link for the livestream is now live and you can also register for the digital lounges that you are interested in.

You can click here for the YouTube link for the WWDC 2021 keynote livestream and you have the option to set a reminder for yourself. The video link usually starts streaming live a little before the scheduled time so you have plenty of time to log in. Also, here’s the direct link for the Events’ page for the WWDC 2021 keynote. 

The digital lounges are spaces where developers can join Apple engineers throughout the duration of WWDC and participate in Q&A sessions, SwiftUI-related activities, sessions on machine learning, and more. A bunch of these Digital Lounges have been opened up for the first time this year and members of the Apple Developer Program or the Apple Developer Enterprise Program, or a WWDC21 Swift Student Challenge winner can register. The slots are available on first-come, first-serve basis and you can register here. Please note you cannot register unless you are a part of any of the programs mentioned above.

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Apple is expected to make a host of software announcements at WWDC 2021. Besides that, they also might announce new MacBook Pro models as well. You can watch the livestream on YouTube and also on the Apple TV app from the dedicated Events page. For the best experience, as Apple recommends, watch the stream on iPhone 7 and up, iPad 5th gen and up, iPod touch 7th gen and up using Safari on iOS 12 or later versions. On the Mac, the Event page works best on Safari using macOS Mojave 10.14 and later versions. You can also watch it on Apple TV (2nd gen or later), or on AirPlay 2-capable devices that run the latest Apple TV software. You can also watch it using recent versions of Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge (MSE, H.264, and AAC required) browsers.

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