Select Apple Stores Will Live Stream the WWDC 2019 Keynote

A number of Apple Stores will be live streaming the WWDC 2019 keynote for customers to watch tomorrow at 10 a.m. Pacific Time.


We've learned from a source that participating locations include Apple Williamsburg in Brooklyn, Apple University Village in Seattle, Apple Crabtree Valley Mall in Raleigh, and Apple Carnegie Library in Washington, D.C., with the keynote to be streamed on the Video Wall at the back of each store.

The keynote will also be live streamed in the theater room of Apple SoHo in Manhattan, according to our source.

According to 9to5Mac's Michael Steeber and others, the keynote will also be streamed at Apple Downtown Brooklyn, Apple World Trade Center in Manhattan, Apple Union Square in San Francisco, Apple Beverly Center in Los Angeles, Apple Champs-Élysées in Paris, and Apple Regent Street in London.

Apple has not shared a list of stores that will stream the keynote, so we recommend calling your local store to see if they will be hosting a viewing party. As of now, there does not appear to be a way to RSVP, so space will likely be available on a first come, first served basis. There is no fee to attend.

‌Apple Stores‌ with Video Walls include locations opened or renovated after mid 2015.

Of course, the live stream will also be available online, and MacRumors will have full coverage of the announcements with our own live blog and at MacRumorsLive on Twitter. Follow along tomorrow for up-to-the-minute updates.

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13 months ago
The best WWDC keynote "party" is right here on Mac Rumors during the presentation. Our members' staccato sarcasm, negativity, and humor can't be beat anywhere. Who needs to see the keynote? The comment section right here will lay (or should I more accurately say "fillet") it all down to the bone right here.
Can't wait
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13 months ago
I don't know why but viewing Apple keynotes at Apple stores reminds me of this
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13 months ago
Finally got a chance to see one of those super massive screens in person.

Would be a treat to see a Keynote on it.

But that would require me to drive there.

.....and not drink during it.

.....so no go.
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13 months ago
They better be paying ME if I’m sitting on one of those wooden cubes for the duration. I blame Angela!
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13 months ago
Very culty.
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13 months ago

Finally got a chance to see one of those super massive screens in person.

Would be a treat to see a Keynote on it.

But that would require me to drive there.

.....and not drink during it.

.....so no go.

I would drink too if I still watched their keynotes.
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