Apple Is Moving WWDC Online for 2020

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Apple is promising big things for WWDC 2020 this year, and that's no surprise.

As with previous WWDC events, this year's conference is still meant to help connect and educate Apple developers while also giving the public a sneak peek at new features headed to iOS, macOS, and more.

Apple will still use it to reveal future plans for iOS, ipadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS, but through livestreamed, sometimes interactive video presentations.

Typically, WWDC is held in May, so WWDC 2020's June time frame is a bit later than normal, though it's unclear if the change in format or delays caused by the spread of COVID-19 will have an impact on Apple's traditional autumn release schedule.

Apple's WWDC 2020 conference will be happening this June as per usual.

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"WWDC 2020 will take on an entirely new online format", Apple said in a statement Friday, citing the "current health situation".

Apple didn't say when it would hold the conference, but said it would share more information in the coming weeks.

Traditionally, Apple's WWDC events cram a lot of people into seminars and the main keynote address, so it is understandable and welcom that this decision has been made early.

Apple isn't the only company moving its annual developer conference online - Google, Facebook and Microsoft are doing the same, too. The company usually holds its developer conference in June at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. At the time, Google said, "we have chose to cancel the physical Google I/O event at Shoreline Amphitheatre", and the company added that it would look at alternative ways to connect with it developer community. The company hopes that this will make up for revenue lost by local businesses that normally serve the conference's attendees. He now resides in NY writing for BGR.

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