Join CNET's Live WWDC 2024 Watch Party: All the Expected iOS 18 and AI Reveals

Join CNET live to see all of Apple's reveals at WWDC.

Lexy Savvides Principal Video Producer
Lexy is an on-air presenter and award-winning producer who covers consumer tech, including the latest smartphones, wearables and emerging trends like assistive robotics. She's won two Gold Telly Awards for her video series Beta Test. Prior to her career at CNET, she was a magazine editor, radio announcer and DJ. Lexy is based in San Francisco.
Expertise Wearables | Smartwatches | Mobile phones | Photography | Health tech | Assistive robotics Credentials
  • Webby Award honoree, 2x Gold Telly Award winner
Bridget Carey Principal Video Producer
Bridget Carey is an award-winning reporter who helps you level-up your life -- while having a good time geeking out. Her exclusive CNET videos get you behind the scenes as she covers new trends, experiences and quirky gadgets. Her weekly video show, "One More Thing," explores what's new in the world of Apple and what's to come. She started as a reporter at The Miami Herald with syndicated newspaper columns for product reviews and social media advice. Now she's a mom who also stays on top of toy industry trends and robots. (Kids love robots.)
Expertise Consumer technology | Apple | Google | Samsung | Microsoft | Amazon | Meta | Social media | Mobile | Robots | Future tech | Immersive technology | Toys | Culture Credentials
  • Bridget has spent over 18 years as a consumer tech reporter, hosting daily tech news shows and writing syndicated newspaper columns. She's often a guest on national radio and television stations, including ABC, CBS, CNBC and NBC.
Lexy Savvides
Bridget Carey

Apple's 2024 Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off Monday, June 10, and CNET is hosting a live watch party where we'll analyze all the announcements around expected iOS 18, WatchOS 11 and Vision Pro updates. CNET's Bridget Carey and Lexy Savvides will host the festivities on CNET's YouTube channel, starting at 9.30 a.m PT/12.30 p.m. ET, ahead of the keynote presentation at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET.

Before the keynote event begins, we'll provide analysis and commentary on what we expect from Apple, and we'll be checking in with CNET's on-the-ground reporters live at the event. After the keynote, we'll recap everything announced and give our expert take on what this means for the iPhone, Apple Watch, Vision Pro, Mac and Apple TV.

Want to be part of the show? We'd love to hear from you through the live YouTube chat, so send your questions and reactions. CNET will also have a live blog during the show and rolling coverage throughout the developer conference.