Apple has confirmed its virtual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) event will take place on June 22. The online-only event is likely to see Apple announce and detail iOS 14, as well as new operating system updates for the Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV and much more.
While this will be a strange event, minus the packed house of developers, journalists and Apple evangelists, there’ll still be a keynote address from Tim Cook and major software players like Craig Federighi.
The company is yet to announce a date and time for the live streamed keynote, but we’d assume it will take place on June 22 at the usual time of 6pm in the UK (10am Cupertino time). There’ll be more information on timings and sessions next month, Apple says.
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