This week, Apple has announced when this years virtual WWDC will be. Due to the ongoing coronavirus, the physical event was cancelled back in March and Apple announced that for 2020, due to the circumstances, it would move online only.

This week, Apple has provided more information about WWDC 2020, including the dates. The conference will start on the 22nd June and there will be a keynote too. Normally, for those developers attending the event, the tickets cost $1,599 but now millions of developers, no matter of location or financial situation can now attend.

Apple has advised developers to download the official WWDC app, to get more information about sessions and other events during the week.

For consumers, Apple as always is expected to show off the new version of iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, macOS and watchOS. So be sure to stay tuned to A&T Tech for all the latest news.

Source: Apple