Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference
Updated: Jun 15, 2020
WWDC will be different this year.
In March, Apple announced the WWDC will be online-only this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. While likely a disappointment for those who wanted to attend the event, the advantage is that this year, all developers are able to participate for free, albeit virtually.
Now, the company has released the lineup for the event, which will be held from June 22 to 26.
On June 22, Apple will have a Special Event Keynote, detailing the updates to all of its platforms that will be released later this year. We'll find out more about new versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. Though nothing is certain, new hardware might also be announced at the event; we've heard rumors about a new iMac, as well as an announcement about Apple switching to its own, Arm-based chips.
The event will be streamed from Apple Park, starting at 10 a.m. PDT. It will be available on Apple.com, as well as through Apple TV app, Apple Developer app, Apple Developer website, and on YouTube.
Watching session videos and viewing related documentation and sample code is available to anyone.
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The conference schedule also includes more than a hundred engineering sessions, a State of the Union report on all Apple platforms, and appointment-based, one-on-one Developer Labs sessions. Apple also plans to launch a redesign of its Developer Forums on June 18.
Find out more about this year's WWDC here. More information will be released ahead of June 22 through the Apple Developer app.