Even though this year's WWDC is a bit different with its all-online format, we're still getting the traditional keynote address, which will be kicking off at 10:00 am Pacific Time today. Some MacRumors readers who can't follow the event live are interested in avoiding all of the announcements and waiting until Apple reposts the video of the event for on-demand viewing so as to experience it without already knowing the outcome.

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For those individuals, we've posted this news story, which will be updated with a direct link to the presentation once it becomes available from Apple. No other news stories or announcements will be displayed alongside this story.

Apple has become quicker about making event videos available for replay over the past several years, and videos are now frequently available within an hour of an event's conclusion. This year's video may be available even more quickly given the unique circumstances of the 2020 conference.

Users waiting for the video to be posted are welcome to gather in the thread associated with this news story, and we ask that those who follow the events as they occur refrain from making any posts about Apple's announcements in this thread.

Update: The full keynote video is available on Apple's website as a direct link to the video file with no spoilers.

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Top Rated Comments

xxray Avatar
50 months ago

I dont understand why spoiler free is necessary. This isnt a tV show.

Right... if they don’t want so-called “spoilers” then maybe they should avoid news and rumor sites until they watch it themselves? Why do we have to baby them?
What‘s wrong with giving people the option to not have spoilers? If you don’t want to use it, you don’t have to.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
motm95 Avatar
50 months ago

Making a major news event "spoiler free" is silly because you would need to lock yourself in an underground bunker to avoid hearing of it until some point in the future when you wanted to take it all in as if it was "new."
Hardly. I know some people who work at jobs where they do not have their phones on them, or where they cannot access the internet during the workday. For example, construction. These folks would like to be able to knock off work, come home, and enjoy watching the video without knowing what happened, just as if they were watching it live. It's a nice service that Macrumors provides and it is unfortunate that some feel the need to complain about something they won't even use.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
arn Avatar
50 months ago
Couldn’t users wanting to watch a replay “live” and without spoilers just stay away from macrumors/internet and just go straight to Apple’s site tonight?
Apple's site will have spoilers.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mr. Dee Avatar
50 months ago
Has anyone ever had WWDC withdrawal?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Wayfarer Avatar
50 months ago
For those complaining about the spoiler-free video feed, this is STANDARD MacRumors procedure for every WWDC event, for as long as I could remember. If you have nothing constructive to contribute there's no need to put a damper on everyone else's excitement. No one is forcing you to watch!
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DDustiNN Avatar
50 months ago

I dont understand why spoiler free is necessary. This isnt a tV show.
Right... if they don’t want so-called “spoilers” then maybe they should avoid news and rumor sites until they watch it themselves? Why do we have to baby them?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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