What you need to know
- Apple's WWDC starts at 1pm ET on June 22, 2020.
- Apple will discuss software related to the iPhone, iPad, Mac computers, and other Apple products at the conference.
- You can follow along to all five days of coverage with our sister site iMore.
Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is one of the largest tech events of each year. During the conference, Apple discusses software for its product lines. This year, the event is all digital, spanning across this entire workweek. You can follow along all week with our sister site iMore. The folks over at iMore have a dedicated WWDC 2020 page and a Discord channel to discuss things live.
WWDC kicks off with a keynote, but much like Microsoft's Build 2020, it will have days' worth of sessions. Coverage starts at 1pm ET today and continues throughout the week. If you prefer to follow iMore on social media, make sure to give them a follow.
There's a good chance that WWDC will at least give us a sneak peek at the next updates for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. There's also room for a few more surprises, so it's worth keeping an eye on.
While Windows Central is a site centered around Windows and Microsoft, it's always good to keep an eye on the competition. Additionally, many people work across platforms and have Apple devices, so it's good to see what's coming to your tech.
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