Apple has finally revealed the dates of its annual WWDC developer conference which takes place every year same as the likes of Google and Microsoft as well as Facebook have been doing. However, this year will be different for everyone due to the Coronavirus outbreak and we know that many things will go through a change. The first change is that WWDC, or any other conference for that matter this year, will not take place on a physical location. Instead, the WWDC conference will go virtual for this year and Apple says that it will be the biggest one yet.
This is because the WWDC 2020 will be free to join for everyone whereas normally, there is a hefty price fee need to pay for attending the conference in person. This will also mean that millions of Apple developers in various locations around the world will be able to join for this conference. As always, we will have a keynote at the opening day of this conference and it is where we will understand what is to come from Apple in the year going forward.
At this conference, we will see the iOS 14 announcement which will show us what’s to come. On the other hand, we are also likely to see some products being showcased by Apple that might be coming down the line. We will also get an announcement as to when the iOS 14 public release will come to iPhones near you. It will also tell us what the iPhone 12 series will come with.
Apple VP says “We can’t wait to meet online in June with the global developer community and share with them all of the new tools we’ve been working on to help them create even more incredible apps and services. We look forward to sharing more details about WWDC20 with everyone as we get closer to this exciting event.”