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Apple WWDC 2020: It Starts Today!
Apple’s WorldWide Developers Conference (WWDC) begins today, Monday, June 22nd at 10:00 am PDT…
… and It. Is. Free!
In normal times, “WWDC” is an in-person event that kicks off with a keynote speaker, followed by several days of developer sessions and conversation about the future of Apple’s platform. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Apple decided to host the event virtually. Brought to you directly from Apple Park in Cupertino, this year’s event will occur right on your MacBook screen. It will be available to anyone who is, or is interested in becoming, an Apple developer. Here’s what you need to know!
Registering for the event
In order to register as an Apple developer head over to the Apple Developer Program website and follow the registration steps. After you’re signed up, you will be able to access all materials and tools, and register your iOS device to run the software and download the app. Make sure to have your Apple ID ready (or create one if you don’t have it), as it is necessary to sign in. Once you’re registered as an Apple developer, the homepage for WWDC is here.
What to expect
Developers in attendance can expect over 100 engineer sessions to premiere (prerecorded and live) each day. These talks and workshops will vary from technical to design oriented. Second, developer forums will be available for those who wish to ask questions and interact with other developers. Another exciting opportunity is 1-on-1 developer labs. Here, eligible members can schedule appointments with Apple engineers to ask questions about new features, tools, and anything else that interests them.
The rumor mill
While the developer community is undoubtedly excited about the new releases on the horizon, it’s all hearsay until the event goes live! Rumors include an iMac redesign announcement, high end Bluetooth headphones, and arm-based chips to take on more of the functionality handled by Intel processors. Additionally, Apple is expected to announce upcoming release plans for a low cost iPad and mini iPad. Likewise, we anticipate hearing about new features and updates coming to the iPhone, Mac, iPad, Apple TV and Apple Watch. Finally, iPhone lovers all over the world are patiently waiting to hear what models are coming out in the Fall of 2020. To learn more about what to expect, click here.
Conclusion: Apple’s WWDC
Can’t make the event? Judge will follow up with a review of the most exciting announcements and updates about Apple’s most beloved products. More soon!
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