What to expect from Apple’s WWDC next week
Apple has said its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will take place digitally, on June 22-26.
This will be the 31st conference, and one that has been organized under exceptional circumstances given the coronavirus pandemic that has swept the world.
WWDC will include an opening keynote, as well as more than 100 engineering sessions on specific topics, developer forums as well as one-on-one meetings with Apple engineers.
Tim Cook will lead the opening keynote. He is expected to tell the world how Apple is doing givn the pandemic, present broad outlines of future updates for different operating systems (iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS) and perhaps the unveiling of a new product.
Over the four days following that, developers will be able to take part in workshop sessions to help them master new Apple OS features.
Apple has said there will be more than a thousand Apple engineers on hand for one-on-one tutorials and sessions, all of which need to be booked in advance.
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