Apple’s 31st Worldwide Developer Conference is going to be unlike any the company has held before. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire event, taking place from June 22nd through June 26th, will be held purely online. The WWDC keynote, usually of the most interest to the general public, will be streamed 22 June 2020 at 10 AM PDT at apple.com, in the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer Web site, the Apple TV WWDC app, and YouTube. Registered developers will have access to other sessions, such as the Platforms State of the Union, and developers will be able to request one-on-one appointments with Apple engineers.
Apple is also redesigning its Apple Developer Forums, due to launch 18 June 2020. Anyone will be able to read them, but only Apple Developer Program members will be able to post. Apple will have 1000 engineers participating in the new forums to answer questions and engage in technical discussions.
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