Apple’s WWDC 2020 is Set For June 22 As An Online-Only Event


Apple has confirmed the date for its annual Worldwide Developer Conference. Unlike other years, the company has been taking a different approach for WWDC 2020. Instead of hosting developers from around the globe in San Jose, the tech giant will be taking the WWDC 2020 as an online-only event that kicks off on June 22.

The Cupertino-based tech giant usually uses WWDC to announce and preview software updates and improvements for its entire hardware lineup. In WWDC 2019, Apple announced that the iPad will be running in its own operating system in the form of iPadOS. And so, this year, we also expect to hear some new updates to the software inventory of the company.

This year, students can participate in a Swift Student Challenge, where kids 13 years old or younger can build an interactive scene using the iPad or Mac Swift Playgrounds app.

Although Apple mostly focuses to announce software updates at its annual event, WWDC isn’t always strictly software. Last year, Apple announced the new Mac Pro, and there are rumors and speculation that a new pair of AirPods or Apple-branded headphones could make their debut during this year’s event. Still, what Apple will reveal at this event is a mystery for all of us which will be disclosed on June 22.

Well, Apple is not the only company in moving to online-only events. Due to the coronavirus outbreak across the world, every company has rescheduled its event to an online-only event to stop this virus from spreading further.

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