Here are iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 beta 1 download release time and date across all the time zones you could ever want.

Developers can get their hands on the first beta release of iOS 14 before anyone else, likely just after the WWDC opening keynote comes to a close. That’s going to be a couple of hours or so after the June 22 event ends. It kicks off at 10:00am Pacific Time so you’re probably looking a safe bet for 12:00pm Pacific Time.

But because time zones are complicated and nobody really knows how they work, we’ve got you covered. Hereyou’ll find that time across every time zone you could possibly need. No wondering when some random US time is the time you need to hit the Apple Developer portal – just check this page, settle in, and wait for the big unveiling.

All going well, Apple will have shown us some great iOS 14 features by the time the clock hits 12:00pm Pacific Time on June 22. Apple is holding the WWDC 2020 event online for the first time because of the ongoing coronavirus situation and that means there are plenty of unknowns right now. For starters, it appears that the event will be streamed but it won’t be live. If there’s one thing for sure, that should mean nothing goes wrong!

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Now with that said, let’s get into the time zones, shall we?

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