Apple reveals the official date of WWDC 2020: it will be held on June 22, only online, so it can be followed by all 23 million developers. The company says it will be the largest WWDC ever. Are you ready to get to know iOS 14?
Apple had previously announced that WWDC 2020 this year would only take place online at an unspecified time in June. Now the company has released more information: the date to remember is June 22nd and it will be the day when iOS 14 , the new version of macOS, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14 will be presented .
The event as always is focused on the software but surprisingly some new devices such as the AirTag could also be revealed.
Starting June 22 , immediately after the WWDC Keynote that will be streamed live, developers will already be able to download the first beta version of iOS 14 . We will do the same and we will show you all the news in dedicated articles. It will be available for free to all developers via the Apple Developer app and on the Apple Developer site. The company also presented the Swift Student Challenge, an opportunity for students to showcase their passion for coding by creating a Swift playground. Now in its 31st edition, WWDC20 will offer millions of creative and innovative developers from all corners of the planet the opportunity to touch the future of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS with their own hands, and to learn directly from Apple engineers committed to making apps that enrich the lives of our customers around the world. “WWDC20 will be the biggest edition in our history; for an entire week in June, it will bring together our global community of over 23 million developers in an unprecedented format, who will be projected into the future of Apple platforms, ”said Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “We look forward to meeting all our online developers in June and sharing the new tools we’ve worked on to help them create even more amazing apps and services. We can’t wait to share more details on WWDC20 as we get closer to the event ” “Students are an integral part of the Apple developer community, and last year’s WWDC saw the participation of over 350 students from 37 different countries,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering. “In view of WWDC20, although we will meet only virtually this year, we want to recognize and celebrate the creative contributions of our young developers from all over the world. We can’t wait to see the moment when this new generation of innovative thinkers will turn their ideas into reality thanks to the Swift Student Challenge. “