You can watch the June 2015 Apple Event live on Windows and Android, not just on Mac and iPhone. Here’s how you can watch the iOS 9 Apple Event live stream from WWDC 2015 on your Windows computer, Android, iPhone, iPad or Mac.
This guide will show you how to watch the iOS 9 Apple Event live stream without using the hardware Apple requires. There is no need to use a pirated live stream to watch the iOS 9, iOS 8.4, OS X 10.11 and other Apple announcements. In addition to how to watch, we round-up the WWDC 2015 keynote start time in a variety of time zones.
Apple provides an official Apple Event live stream for the June 2015 announcement where Tim Cook and other Apple executives will tell us about the future of iOS, OS X and recap information important to developers.
To watch the official Apple live stream of the WWDC 2015 keynote you need a Mac, iPhone, Apple TV or iPad according to the official directions from Apple. Thankfully you can still watch the Apple event live on Windows to see the WWDC 2015 announcements like iOS 9 on a bigger screen without waiting for the replay to go live later today.
Last September Apple’s live stream went down and experienced multiple issues, but that is not the norm. Today we expect to see a developer focused event with talk about iOS 8.4, iOS 9, OS X 10.11, a new music streaming service and more.
You’ll need to do a little prep to watch the iOS 9 Apple event live stream on Windows or Android, but it is not complicated.
iOS 9 Apple Event Start Time
The WWDC 2015 Keynote starts at 10 AM Pacific or 1 PM Eastern. This is in the middle of the workday for some viewers, so watching on Windows or on Android may be a necessity. Apple includes a two-hour slot on the WWDC 2015 schedule for the Keynote. Here is a breakdown of when the Apple event starts today.
- 08:00AM – Hawaii
- 10:00AM – Pacific
- 11:00AM – Mountain
- 12:00PM – Central
- 01:00PM – Eastern
- 02:00PM – São Paulo
- 06:00PM – London
- 07:00PM – Paris
- 09:00PM – Moscow
How to Watch the iOS 9 Apple Event Live on iPhone, iPad, Mac & Apple TV
If you plan to watch the WWDC 2015 keynote live from an Apple product, there is basically no setup needed. Just make sure you have a good internet connection, a charged device and point your Safari browser to Apple.com/live.
You’ll need to use Safari for this to work, so do not try it in Chrome or Firefox. If you try this on your Windows computer or Android the stream will not work.
Apple also includes a way to watch the iOS 9 Apple event live on your Apple TV. You need an Apple TV 2 or Apple TV 3 for this to work. Turn on your Apple TV and open the Special Events app. Here you will see the WWDC 2015 Keynote.
It’s a good idea to open up the stream at least 10 minutes early so you can start the pre-Keynote video and make sure you are ready.
How to Watch the iOS 9 Apple Event Live on Windows & Android
It is possible to watch the iOS 9 Apple Event live on Windows or Android, even though Apple says it only works on Apple products. Here’s what you need and how to use a third-party app to live stream an Apple Event.
Go download the VLC Player on Windows. Install this app on your computer. If you cannot install an app on your computer, but you are using Chrome, look for the Chrome VLC plugin which may automatically play the stream in your browser. On Android download VLC Player from Google Play.
On your Windows computer open VLC Player. Click on Media in the task bar and then on Open Network Stream. This will open a box where you can paste the url below, shared by 9to5mac, and then click play. When the event is live, this will start playing the Keynote.
On Android you must tap on the triangle with WiFi waves coming out. It is to the right of the search icon. Paste the url above into the box to watch the iOS 9 Apple event live on Android.
Here’s a look at five things we want Apple to fix in iOS 9. We expect to see iOS 9 on stage today, a new iOS 8.4 release date and a new music streaming service. Although we don’t expect an iPhone 6s at the event, the iPhone 6s rumors are flowing freely this summer. Here is a look at the most important iPhone 6s rumors yet.