WWDC 2020: How to watch Apple’s keynote event in South Africa [video]
Andile Sicetsha

Techno geeks around the globe have pinned their alarm clocks to 19:00 for the much-anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2020), where Tim Cook is expected to make interesting announcements about the future of Apple products.

WWDC 2020: Will Tim Cook announce the chip move?

As reported by CNet, the excitement around this virtual event has less to do with the new products and software Apple will tease.

Instead, developers will keep an ear out for Cook’s announcement of Apple’s rumoured move away from Intel chips to ARM-based models.

The future of the leading tech giant is largely dependent on executing this massive transfer so that leaner laptop designs, powerful battery life and seamless cooling systems can be a realistic outlook.

However, this has not been confirmed by Apple and so, the wait begins.

How to watch the live stream?

There is more than one way to tune into WWDC 2020. Users with Apple TV can easily head on over to the Apple Events app to tap into the presentation.

Otherwise, the desktop version of Apple Events will also be hosting WWDC 2020. It’s as easy as clicking the link that will send you to the landing page.

Or, if you are a prospective Apple client and aren’t fussy about where to watch the event, you can tune in on the live stream below:

NB: The event kicks off at 19:00 on Monday 22 June 2020.

What will be covered at WWDC 2020?

This is what we expect Cook to unveil at WWDC 2020:

  • iOS 14 for the iPhone and iPad;
  • new WatchOS and MacOS software for Apple Watch; and
  • MacBooks, iMacs and Mac Pros