What time is Apple WWDC 2020 today and how can I watch in the UK live?
WANT to hear Apple’s next big announcement live as it happens? You’ll need to tune in to the WWDC 2020 keynote tonight.
Apple’s 2020 event is the first WWDC to be held entirely virtually[/caption]
What is Apple’s WWDC?
It stands for the Worldwide Developers Conference – an annual get-together for app makers hosted by Apple.
It typically sees Apple make major software announcements, including big updates for its most popular devices – iPhone included.
This is the first year ever where Apple will host WWDC entirely virtually.
Major announcements will focus on Apple software – like the iPhone’s iOS and iPad’s iPadOS[/caption]
Apple WWDC 2020 dates – when is it?
This year will be the 31st WWDC to take place, and would usually involve thousands of people flocking to California.
But the global health crisis means Apple is taking its yearly app bonanza online.
Apple will still be hosting a virtual keynote, as well as educational sessions for app makers.
Anyone will be able to watch the keynote online – but this has been the case even in previous years.
Apple chief Tim Cook will likely reveal top-secret news at the event[/caption]
Apple WWDC 2020 times and schedule – when is the keynote?
You can watch the event live here:
- Apple Events – click here
Here’s the full schedule for WWDC 2020…
Special Event Keynote – June 22, 10am PT (6pm UK time): This is where we’ll hear about the big Apple news, likely from chief Tim Cook himself.
Platforms State of the Union – June 22, 2pm PT (10pm UK time): This is where Apple engineers will reveal new tech advances for various software platforms, like iOS and macOS.
100+ Engineering Sessions – June 23-36: Apple is hosting a range of sessions to teach people how to create “the next generation of apps”.
All-New Apple Developer Forums – June 18: This is where Apple will connect developers with Apple engineers to answer questions they have.
1-on-1 Developer Labs (by appointment) – June 23-26: Developers can request their own appointments with Apple engineers to answer technical questions.
App makers can get the full WWDC schedule by downloading the Apple Developer app.
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