Monday is finally here! On June 22, Apple’s developer conference will take place from 7 p.m. (GMT). New information on iOS 14 and the ARM-based MacBooks is on the plan. Here you can read where and how you can follow the conference live and what we can expect from this year’s WWDC 2020.
Since the WWDC is aimed at developers, we can strongly assume that we will learn a lot about software and hardware – for example about the new iOS 14 for iPhone and iPad or the new versions of watchOS and macOS for AppleWatch and MacBook, iMac and Mac Pro. It is also possible that Apple speaks via tvOS for its Apple TV.
The new iOS version could bring some interesting changes in the user interface. Current rumors, for example, predict a new home screen design. This should support mobile widgets and have a list of all installed applications as well as multitasking inspired by the iPad.
If you believe the current rumors, we can expect the first MacBook with ARM processor at WWDC 2020. The news continues that the iMac gets a design update.
Of course, the Apple TV is not spared from rumors. There is a lot of discussion here about whether a new Apple TV with a more powerful processor – for example with the Apple A12X – is coming. An update that would be more than welcome for the 2017 Apple TV 4K.
Apple’s keynote will take place this year on June 22nd from 7 p.m. (GMT). If you want to follow the press conference directly, you can watch the live stream on YouTube.