Apple's 31st annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on June 22. The conference will go fully online due to the pandemic of iOS iPadOS, MacOS, WatchOS, and TVOS and learning from Apple engineers.giving millions of developers early access to upcoming updates for
We've collected everything you need to know about WWDC 2020 and the new online form. We will keep updating this article as we count down the days to the big conference so come back regularly.
What is WWDC?
WWDC is Apple's global developer conference, typically held in June in San Jose, California in recent years. Developers present attend five days of hands-on labs, presentations, and sessions with Apple engineers.
Apple executives usually kick off the event with a keynote address, often announcing new iOS software and expanded features for iPhones ($ 699 at Apple) and iPads ($ 340 on eBay) usually released in the fall with new smartphones. Executives also often announce new Mac software and sometimes devices. At WWDC 2019, Apple unveiled a new and Pro Display XDR ($ 5,999 at Apple) iOS 13 with a dark mode, and .
When is WWDC 2020?
WWDC 2020 will take place fully online from June 22.
What time does the WWDC 2020 keynote start?
A time has not yet been announced. Expect these details to be shared in the coming weeks.
How can I watch the live stream of WWDC 2020?
If you have an ($ 179 at Apple) ) or the Apple Developer website. It is still unclear whether there will be in-depth sessions that require an account with the Apple Developer Program (which costs $ 99 per year).you can probably use the Apple Events app to watch the keynote. Otherwise, you can live stream WWDC from the Apple Events section of the company's website. The Developer Sessions can be accessed through the Apple Developer App (on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV
How does the corona virus change WWDC?
WWDC is usually limited to approximately 5,000 developer attendees, who can purchase $ 1,599 tickets to the five-day event based on random selection. Keynotes and sessions were usually streamed live. This year, millions of developers will be able to virtually participate and engage with Apple engineers while working on apps.
Apple's global developer community includes more than 23 million registered developers in more than 155 countries and regions.
Apple is far from alone on the canceled event front: A number of tech companies, including Facebook and Google, have also canceled their respective developer events scheduled for this spring.
Can I be virtually present?
Yes. The keynote will be streamed to the general public, and sessions are free for all developers, according to Apple. You can access them from the Apple Developer app or the Apple Developer website.
Do you have to be a professional developer to participate?
No. Apple enthusiasts can participate in keynotes and sessions to learn about app development and the latest news from the company. Or they can participate in thea new coding competition for student developers of all ages around the world to build an interactive scene that can be experienced in three minutes or less. The match starts today and runs until 23:59 hrs. PT on Sunday, May 17. The winners of the competition will receive a WWDC20 jacket and pin set and will be notified on June 16.
The Swift Student Challenge replaces the annual WWDC Scholars program that Apple awards to 350 students annually, based on their Swift Playgrounds submissions. Winners of that program typically receive free access to WWDC, as well as travel and accommodation, and an annual Apple Developer Program membership. Previous scholars ranged in ages from 9 to 82.