WWDC 2024: How to watch Apple announce iOS 18, Apple Intelligence and More

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It’s that time of the year again. It is time for Apple to take center stage in Cupertino to announce a slew of software updates to its products, including iOS 18, iPad OS 18, watchOS 11, macOS 15, and tvOS 18. Though, this year, we are expecting to see quite a few AI announcements, that rumors have been pointing towards Apple calling “Apple Intelligence”. Because the company can’t bear using the same words as its competitors.

With iOS 18, Apple is set to launch a huge update for iPhone users, though it will mostly only affect iPhone 15 Pro and future iPhone 16 users. Since rumors have pointed to the Apple Intelligence features being too powerful to run on older iPhones due to the chipset and the RAM inside.

Of course, the most exciting AI feature that Apple might have up its sleeve this year is going to be – Siri. That’s right, Siri is set for another upgrade, this time with Apple’s own LLM, which should make it a lot more useful. However, admittedly, the bar for that is quite low right now.

WWDC kicks off at 10AM PT

The Apple Keynote at WWDC 2024 will kick off on June 10 at 10 AM PT. Generally, the keynote will last for around two hours. According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, the keynote is set to be half about AI. So, expect Apple to spend roughly an hour on AI features this time around. Gurman also says that there won’t be any hardware announced at WWDC this year. While that seems odd, Apple announced the new iPads literally last month. And that was likely done to clear up some time to talk about AI at WWDC.

You can watch the keynote via the YouTube video embedded below. Apple now lets you watch on virtually any platform – since it is on YouTube now. Years ago, you could only watch on Apple devices, as it was streamed directly from Apple’s website and used Quicktime, which only Apple’s web browser supported.

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