Here’s how to sign up to receive a notification on your iPhone when the WWDC 2022 keynote is about to start broadcasting live on YouTube.
WWDC 2022: How to watch Apple’s keynote on YouTube
Apple’s weeklong WWDC conference kicks off with a pre-taped keynote that’s scheduled to start broadcasting live via Apple.com, through the company’s TV app and on YouTube on Monday, June 6, 2022, at 10am Pacific Time, 1pm Eastern Time. Given YouTube’s ubiquitousness, many folks will likely follow along on YouTube.
And now, Apple’s official YouTube channel has published a live stream for the WWDC 2022 keynote. Currently, this is only a placeholder image for the keynote stream. Thankfully, you can visit the page listed right ahead if you’d like to be reminded when the keynote is about to start broadcasting live on Google’s video platform.
After clicking the link, you’ll land on a placeholder page on YouTube.com or in the mobile app. There’s just one step left: Hit “Set reminder” to be notified ahead of the live stream. That’s all you need to do, trust us. If you have the YouTube app, you’ll receive a push notification on your iPhone 30 minutes before showtime. If you don’t have the app installed, Google will add an alert about the keynote to other notifications on YouTube.com, but you’ll need to be logged in to see it.
Apple’s event streams usually go live 30 minutes ahead of actual event. During that time, the live stream on Apple.com, in the TV app and on YouTube typically plays some looping animation in anticipation of the event, accompanied by upbeat music. Just so you know, in case you haven’t watched an Apple keynote before…
YouTube’s live-stream notifications are great
Signing up for these live-stream notifications is a simple way for YouTube users to be reminded before showtime. Actually, Google has been providing this helpful feature for some time now. If you’re familiar with it, chances are you previously signed up for YouTube reminders for some of Apple’s past events. Read: How to live-stream on YouTube from your iPhone, iPad and Mac
How do you plan to follow along? As we said, Apple will stream the keynote via Apple.com for everyone who prefers to follow along in their browser. Also, the keynote will be streaming via Apple’s TV app which works on the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, gaming consoles and a variety of smart TV sets from the likes of Samsung, LG, Vizio, Sony and others. Read: How to loop YouTube videos and playlists