This year, the company is holding the event online in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic.
WWDC 2020 runs from June 22 to 26, kicking off at 10:00 a.m. PT, through Keynote. It'll be available to watch later if you miss it live.
The 2020 WWDC keynote address can be watched live on Apple's events page.
You'll have plenty of options when it comes to watching WWDC 2020 live on June 22. At 10 AM PT (1 PM in NY, 6 PM in London, 7 PM in Paris), you'll be able to watch the event as the company is streaming it live. Before iOS 14 is unveiled to the world, Apple has given numbers that indicate how many people in the world are on iOS 13. Apple has spent the greater part of last year (and even this year) fixing these bugs.
Rumors surrounding the iOS 14 suggest that the iPhoneOS will arrive with a redesigned home.
The Intel made chips will be replaced by the ones resembling the iPhone chips.
Reports about what new HomePod may offer are a bit all over the place, but some include possible support for Face ID recognition and 3D hand gestures.
Apple has released statistics on the most used operating systems on iPhones.
As is usually the case, we may see some new apps introduced in iOS 14.
There have been plenty of rumours surrounding what new features iOS 14 could bring, and there are some major additions that could be inbound. There is also a study that says Apple could rename the iOS to iPhone OS this year. In February, famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said ARM-based Macs are coming in 2021.
Apple gave the iPad its own dedicated operating system with iPadOS 13 past year. iPadOS 13 was iOS 13 with iPad-specific features like desktop-class browsing on Safari with a native download manager, support for external drives, mouse support and more. iPadOS 13 also brought deep-down integration of the Apple Pencil with the iPad. Instead of providing a new iOS version for its iPad lineup, the company created a separate branch of its software focused on tablets - iPadOS. With the keynote speech, today's event will be the curtain-raiser for Apple's four-day-long conference.
It is likely that Apple will also launch new some hardware products like the AirTag and AirPods Studio at the WWDC 2020.
Back in the previous year, Apple revealed iPadOS.
To go with the new focus on fitness, watchOS 7 will add support for blood-oxygen tracking (aka SpO2). Elsewhere there are rumours that iOS 14 will let users change the default app settings, so first-party apps can be swapped out for third-party ones.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has also said he does not expect any hardware announcements at WWDC. Expected to be announced at the event are iOS 14 and the related iPad OS 14, along with macOS 10.16, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14.
WWDC is mostly a software-driven show, with Apple demonstrating what's next for its mobile and desktop operating systems.
At the WWDC 2020, Apple is expected to make announcements regarding its operating system for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Watch, and Apple TV. It will reportedly feature iPad Pro-like design, an AMD Navi GPU and a T2 security chip. These processors will be based on the next iPhone's (iPhone 12) A14 chip but specifically tailored for MacOS. Apple will also host around 100 one-on-one developer laboratories upon appointment. The App Store is a behemoth, bringing in $15.8 billion this quarter alone, Sensor Tower reports.