Apple has just announced that its 31st annual, worldwide developers conference, WWDC, will kick-off — virtually — on Monday, June 22, 2020. If you’re not familiar with it, WWDC is affectionately known as Dub Dub, is the big summer show where every year Apple introduces changes to all of its operating systems and the same developer frameworks, now including iOS, iPad, tvOS, watchOS, and, of course, macOS. Apple also launches new hardware for several years, but not every year. Fresh XDR monitor for Mac Pro and Mini. iMac Pro.

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WWDC usually takes place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, and Apple typically charges $1,599 for a ticket to attend. Still, the event this year won’t have a cost associated with that.

 Apple usually holds WWDC in early June, but this year’s event will take place later in the month to allow Apple more time to plan the digital format. Apple aims to include a full digital WWDC experience, including online keynote sessions and developer events. “This June, we are offering WWDC 2020 in a groundbreaking way to millions of developers around the world, bringing together the entire user base with a new experience,” said Phil Schiller, Worldwide Marketing’s vice president at Apple.

Apple will announce more information about its upcoming digital WWDC event in the coming weeks via email and the Apple Developer website, and we will update this roundup as we learn more about the scheduled developer sessions and events.

WWDC will see Apple preview new ios updates which would be released in September 2020 after. We’re awaiting the release of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, tvOS 14, watchOS 7 & macOS 10.16, but we don’t know much about these updates yet.

Our expectations

  • iOS 14 and iPadOS 14
  • watchOS 7
  • iPhone 9
  • New iPad Pro 2020
  • macOS 10.16
  • AirTag
  • HomePod 2
  • Apple TV and tvOS 14
  • MacBook Peo 2020
  • iMac Pro 2020

What are AirTags?

AirTags monitor tiles, which are likely to be identical to famous Tile, Adero, and similar companies Bluetooth tracking devices. You can add such tiles to items such as keyrings, suitcases, or bags (or even place them in your wallet), and you can then locate the tile and the object to which it is attached by looking at a map on your computer.

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