We’re throwing a WWDC watch party, and you’re invited


WWDC 2019 watch party
Let's get this party started right!
Image: Killian Bell/Cult of Mac

WWDC 2019 bug Rather than just live-blogging today’s WWDC 2019 keynote, we’re throwing a watch party for our closest friends: you.

It’s all going down this morning in the CultClub’s Governor’s Lounge, the Discord channel we set up for our weekly podcast, The CultCast. All your favorite Cult of Mac staffers will be watching the Apple keynote live. And this time, we won’t be the only ones sharing our instant reactions. You can get in on the action, too.

While becoming a CultClub member is totally free, it’s usually quite exclusive. But we’re handing out passes like candy today so every Cult of Mac reader can join the party.

You’ll need to sign up (or log in with your Discord credentials). And be forewarned: The nifty TitanEmbeds plugin that brings Discord into WordPress can be a bit clunky and slow. (It’s in beta.) So get in there now and get ready to go.

Cult of Mac’s WWDC 2019 watch party

We’ll be watching Tim Cook and his colleagues map out the future of iOS, macOS and more in what’s certain to be the biggest Apple event of the year. It all kicks off at 10 a.m. Pacific Monday. (Want a sneak peek at what’s coming? Read our story, “What to expect from WWDC 2019.”)

There are plenty of ways to watch the WWDC 2019 keynote. Pick your favorite, then step into the Governor’s Lounge below and watch along with us.

P.S. As noted, the TitanEmbeds display can be a little balky. Don’t be surprised if it takes a minute or two to get logged in and for everything to start displaying. Once it’s up and running in your browser, it should work fine. Then we can all discuss the latest Apple revelations in real time during the keynote.

If you already use Discord, you can use this link to join the CultClub server. Or go to the Governor’s Lounge in your browser.


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