Apple on Monday invited some developers to take part in a webinar that will discuss the accessibility features of the company’s apps, with the virtual event potentially used as a test for WWDC 2020.
Apple is inviting some developers to a special session , to be held on April 23, 2020, designed to teach them how iOS apps can improve their apps by supporting accessibility features , according to an email shared by developer Steve Troughton-Smith on Twitter.
The most interesting thing is that the developers will be able to interact with the company’s engineers during the online event for the first time.
At Apple, we believe technology is more powerful when it empowers everyone. Join us for an online event to find out how to take advantage of the award-winning accessibility features standard on Apple devices. You will be able to ask questions during and after the sessions and sign up for individual consultations.
Is this a flavor of WWDC? I like it! pic.twitter.com/2eClr4qKp2— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) April 21, 2020
It appears that the company could use the session as a test for WWDC, which this year will be an exclusively digital event .
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