Apple officially sets WWDC 2020 developer conference
Apple officially sets WWDC 2020 developer conference

Apple has announced plans to host the WWDC 2020 Developer Conference online due to concerns about the COVID-19 Corona Virus (COVID-19) epidemic.

The American company announced today the date of the meeting that will be held from 22 to 26 June. The opening date is set for Monday, June 22nd, Mecca time.

Apple has not announced what it will display at the opening session of the press conference, but says: "Explore exciting innovations and updates that will appear on all Apple platforms later this year." However, leaks and rumors surfaced. Some of the new features that may appear in iOS 14 and the news that Apple announced are the transition to ARM processors on their desktop computers.

The opening ceremony of the WWDC 2020 Conference is organized by, Apple Developer, Apple Developer, Apple TV and YouTube.

Apple has also announced a redesign of the Apple Developer Forum, which will begin on June 18. The company says thousands of engineers will attend the forum, and their participation can help sample samples of private conversations between developers and Apple employees that usually take place during WWDC meetings. However, developers must be connected to the Apple developer program to post to the forum.

The company also plans to host more than 100 engineering meetings from June 23 to 26. The new video will be broadcast every day at 8:00 pm Mecca time. Developers can also request individual meetings with Apple engineers.

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