As we believed, the Cupertino based firm is finally surrendering to Coronavirus too. Apple has just announced that it will be conducting its WWDC this year via its online platform. This is in response to the novel coronavirus breakout, thus safeguarding attendants by distancing. Both the major events as Keynote and Developer sessions will be live-streamed this year.
Making it official!
We believed Apple’s next in the list of companies that may cancel its conference, but the firm took a fair step of shifting it online. With the title Coming this summer, Apple said the WWDC20 will be a new online experience for all, indicating its plans for live streaming the event.
This was said in its developers site/app where it at least confirmed the date would be somewhere in June. Further, “Dive into an exciting learning experience and discover how to create your most innovative apps yet using the latest Apple technologies.”
The Keynote session will be an important part of the event, as Apple would make critical announcements regarding their recent developments. This includes the grand iOS 14, tvOS, macOS, iPadOS and watchOS. Not just these, we may expect some updates about hardware unveiling too. These could be new features and launching dates about new iPhones, mostly the iPhone SE 2 and iPhone 12.
As we talked before, Apple may talk about new PencilKit, a fitness app, etc in the Keynote speech. This will be followed by developers’ session where millions of them will be trailing the new developments. Previously, there would be hundreds of people in the conference room able to access the new gadgets or software, but now Apple may bulk release them for all, at once. Thus,