Apple's WWDC 2020 will be totally virtual, and it already has a date

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Due to the current health crisis, the celebration of conventional events has had to adapt to new circumstances, and many of them have become an online format to guarantee the safety of attendees.
This is the solution that Apple has chosen and, as announced last March, WWDC 2020 will be virtual. Now, the Recuperation company has confirmed the date for this year's World Developer Conference to take place, as well as other details related to the event.
WWDC is the conference that Apple has held annually since 1983 to show new versions of its operating systems to developers. In addition to software, the corporation also usually presents some hardware product for professionals; For example, last year it announced the new Mac Pro.

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The exceptional situation caused by the human virus has forced to adapt the characteristics of the event, which this time will have a completely online format. The World Apple Developer Conference will be held from June 22 on the Apple Developer application and the Apple Developer website. Access will be free for all developers.
"WWDC20 will be the largest to date and will bring together our global developer community of over 23 million in a whole new way for a week in June to learn about the future of Apple platforms," ​​explains Phil Schiller, Senior Vice President, Global Marketing, Apple.

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At the conference we will be able to learn about the future of iOS, macOS, iPadOS, tvOS and watchOS, and it remains to be seen if the company keeps a hardware product up its sleeve. Apart from this, Apple has announced that there will also be a challenge for Swift students.
If you are a developer and want more information about WWDC 2020, download the Apple Developer app and stay tuned, as more information about the event will be included from June.

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