Set your reminder for Monday’s keynote via WWDC’s YouTube livestream link

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Apple's WWDC keynote will take place on Monday.
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WWDC 2020 Apple has posted the YouTube live stream link that will allow viewers to tune in to its WWDC 2020 keynote next week.

The June 22 event will kick off at 10 a.m. Pacific, streaming directly from Apple Park. This is the second time Apple has streamed a special event on YouTube, following last year’s iPhone unveiling.

To be reminded about the WWDC keynote on Monday, you can set a reminder via YouTube. Go to the page:

To set a reminder, you’ll need to be signed into YouTube. Then just hit the “Set Reminder” button next to the countdown on the landing page. You will be reminded via email, YouTube’s website, and its mobile app. If you want to turn off the reminder, you can do so by hitting the button again to toggle the reminder on and off.

WWDC keynote on YouTube

For the first time in WWDC history, this year’s event has gone virtual only due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which caused conference cancellations all around the world. While Apple won’t be hosting its usual live sessions for developers, however, it will still be staging developer-focused virtual events throughout the week. These will be available to watch via the Apple Developer website and app.

In addition to YouTube, the initial WWDC keynote will stream on Apple’s website and via the Events app on Apple TV.

As always, the WWDC keynote will likely feature updates on Apple’s major software platforms — including iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS. There are also rumors of hardware updates, possibly including the first major redesign of the iMac in more than a decade.

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