Apple has announced that its annual World Wide Developers Conference will be taking place virtually and kick off on June 22. Unlike previous years this year’s WWDC will be online-only and will be taking place in Apple Developer app and Apple Developer website. The event will be free for all developers to attend online.
The event will kick off with a keynote event, presumable without an audience in which Apple will be announcing next major versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS. The company often also uses the WWDC keynote to announce new hardware products.
Apple is also hosting the Swift Student Challenge for which submissions are now open through May 17. Student developers can create a swift playground interactive scene in Swift playground app and submit it to Apple before the deadline. The winners of the competition will receive a WWDC20 jacket and pin set from Apple.
At the WWDC 2020 event we can expect Apple to announce the new iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS 10.16, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14.
Developers can download the Apple Developer app on their iOS devices to find more information about WWDC 2020 program including information about the keynote, Platfroms State of the Union, session and lab schedules and more.
You can read the full Apple press release regarding WWDC 20’s announcement here.