Apple sets the first date for the Corona developer conference
Apple sets the first date for the Corona developer conference

Apple announced Tuesday that its annual event for WWDC 2020 developers will be available online in June next year, and that the number of participants will be free.

The tech giant said: WWDC 2020 will be held on June 22 next year, and said in March last year: This meeting usually lasts about a week, and thousands of developers from all over the world will attend, and it will be a "new digital experience". Everything is in "june".

Phil Schiller: The event will be held online in 2020 due to "current health conditions". "It will be our largest WWDC20 to date as the global developer community of 23 million developers meets in an unprecedented way in June for a week. Learn more about the Apple platform, the future," Schiller said in a statement today.

Apple also announced the new Swift Student Challenge, which allows students to create and publish an interactive scene that can be experienced in 3 minutes in the Swift Playgrounds encrypted app.

The meeting is expected to focus on major Apple platforms such as iOS 14. The leak indicates that many new features, such as new fitness apps and user interface, Apple Pen programming, new features in the iMessage app, and improved mouse pointer support will be introduced.

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