When and Where to Watch Apple’s iOS 13 Reveal at WWDC Today
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Apple’s WWDC 2019 event kicks off today which means it is a big day for all Apple hardware as the company will be revealing iOS 13, a new version of Mac OS, TV OS and Watch OS.

If you are excited to see how the latest announcements will change your Apple device experience, then you can watch the reveals live as they happen this evening in SA.

Apple will be hosting its 2019 WWDC keynote address live starting at 19:00 South African time. You can head over to Apple.com and watch it live, or head to the site on your iOS device and stream it while it happens. You can also watch it using your Apple TV events app.

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Apple is said to be announcing the biggest change in iOS since iOS 7 this evening with a new Dark Mode, massive UI changes, new app integrations and of course, opening up new possibilities for their devices not only on the iPhone but especially on the iPad.

Rumours also point to possible hardware reveals as Apple could be announcing their new Mac Pro and 31-inch 6K external display. These are just rumours right now though. WWDC has a large focus on software and it lines up the future for iOS and Apple’s Mac OS.

We will have a full report back on iOS 13 as we learn more including how you can download it early and what devices the new OS will support.






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