Apple WWDC 2020

Apple WWDC 2020

WWDC is Apple’s worldwide developer’s conference, and this year’s event being the 31st edition is scheduled for Monday 22nd June 2020 by 10:am PT. Due to the present Corona Virus Pandemic, this year’s event will be a virtual event.


The event will be live-streamed for millions of developers around the world to attend for free. This is an opportunity for developers to have access to the latest versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. The event will be streamed directly from Apple Park and can be found on the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website, the Apple TV app on the Apple TV, or Youtube.


WWDC traditionally takes place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, and Apple normally charges $1,599 for a ticket to attend, but this year’s event will not have a cost associated with it and it will be free for everyone. WWDC is normally held in early June, but this year’s event is later in the month to give Apple additional time to prepare the new digital format.


The high point of the event may not be the upgrade in the look of the Apple’s Mac or new features to the iPhone which is prevalent in most other WWDC editions but the expected announcement of the change in the chips powering the Mac computers from the intel processors to custom-designed ARM Chips.


This new feature to the hardware is expected to enable Apple to make thinner laptops with longer battery life and potentially quieter fans but new computers with the chips likely won’t arrive immediately as it would likely take a year to implement them.


Other expected announcements include

IOS 14

As the annual practice of updating the iOS is from Apple, the update though is expected to be much more stability from the iOS 13 which was full of bugs to just as the iOS12 was a more stable version to the iOS 11.



A new sleep tracking functionality is expected to be released with the new watchOS and well as blood oxygen tracking but it’s unsure if these new functionalities will depend on new hardware.



There are rumors we are going to be having a refreshed AppleTV compared to the current one   though the changes won’t be revolutionary, it is expected to come with double the current storage.  


All these and more are expected announcements in the forthcoming WWDC and we’re expectant to see how much more Apple has in stock for us and the overall outcome of the event but be sure we will keep you updated as things unfold on drive hub. So keep it locked here to find out as it happens.

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