How to watch WWDC 2022 live event: iOS 16, macOS 13, new MacBook Air


Here’s how to catch Apple’s WWDC 2022 presentation live right now.

Apple’s WWDC 2022 may be geared for developers, but it’s also a great opportunity to learn what’s in store for Apple’s core software. It can also provide suggestions as to what new items may be on the horizon. Even while Apple tries to save product introductions for different occasions, a surprise hardware launch is still possible.

It looks like this year’s version is going to be an exciting one. Today marks the beginning of WWDC 2022, which will run from June 6 through June 10. Apple’s WWDC keynote, which will include all the exciting software developments to come, will kick off the conference on the first day. iOS 16, as well as new versions of Mac OS X, iPad OS, watchOS, and tvOS, are expected to be unveiled at the event.


Rumors of Apple’s next AR/VR headset and realityOS are expected to lead to the development of new tools that developers can use to construct the apps of the near future, presumably with a concentration on augmented and virtual reality. Perhaps the long-awaited MacBook Air 2022 will eventually be unveiled at some point in the future.

How to watch WWDC 2022 live 

Apple’s WWDC 2022 keynote will be held today at 10am PT, 1pm ET, and 6pm BST, and will be streamed live on

The keynote will be streamed live on Apple’s website (opens in new tab). On YouTube (opens in a new tab), there is also a countdown video (linked above) that you can use to be alerted when the video begins. You can also set an alarm on your phone to get notified when it begins.


The keynote will be streamed live on Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad using the Apple TV app.

Tom’s Guide has also set up a live blog for WWDC 2022, so you can keep up to date with all the latest news and announcements as they happen. After Apple’s keynote, we’ll have a thorough review of the company’s new products.

What to expect at WWDC 2022 

Apple’s primary software platforms are expected to receive a slew of improvements and new versions at WWDC.


As we approach closer to the planned introduction of the iPhone 14, iOS 16 is likely to get a huge show. The Health app and the way iPhones manage alerts have both been promised for big updates in iOS 16. Additional rumoured features include a revamped lockscreen with interactive widgets in iOS 16. At WWDC, Apple is expected to unveil a slew of new iOS 16 features.

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One report claims greater multitasking with the iPadOS 16 predicted to provide a true desktop with resizable windows for the best iPads; we expect to see this new operating system. This might make the iPad a viable replacement for your computer.

The upcoming macOS 13 is expected to contain a revised System Preferences app and reworked main programmes and should also garner much interest. Although WWDC isn’t a big show for hardware, many Apple watchers believe the MacBook Air 2022 will make an appearance to give us our first look at the M2 chip that is expected to power Apple’s newest laptop. We’ll now take a look at the other most anticipated MacBook Air 2022 features.


With watchOS 9, Apple could provide a number of health tracking enhancements, as well as new integrations with third-party services like HomeKit, Wallet, and Apple Fitness+. The Apple Watch 8 will ship with it pre-installed later this year.

For tvOS 16, there have been no reports. Some new features may be nice, such as allowing for more intelligent programme recommendations. There are a number of ways that Apple may showcase new content on Apple TV Plus.

Last but not least, there has been speculation about a possible WWDC 2022 announcement of Apple’s AR/VR headgear. A recent source claims that the headset that will be unveiled at WWDC will not be from Apple, in part because the company is concerned that its competitors would steal its idea. It’s possible that some of Apple’s next-generation software products may incorporate AR and VR, as the company has already produced AR trading cards for WWDC 2022.


There is a lot of excitement building for WWDC 2022. To stay up-to-date on everything that’s going on at WWDC and any possible new gear, be sure to follow Tom’s Guide on Twitter.

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