Apple announces WWDC20 schedule for June 22-26

Apple has announced the WWDC20 schedule for June 22-26 which promises to bring together millions of Apple developers around the world.

Join Apple, virtually this year due to COVID-19, for a fully packed program to gain early access to the future of Apple platforms and engage with Apple engineers.

For the first time, Apple will host its Worldwide Developers Conference virtually, beginning June 22.
For the first time, Apple will host its Worldwide Developers Conference virtually, beginning June 22.

Apple’s WWDC 2020 schedule for June 22-26

• Special Event Keynote and Platforms State of the Union:

The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off with exciting reveals, inspiration, and new opportunities to continue creating the most innovative apps in the world. Join the worldwide developer community for an in-depth look at the future of Apple platforms, directly from Apple Park.

  • Special Event Keynote: June 22, 10 a.m. PDT

  • Platforms State of the Union: June 22, 2 p.m. PDT

• 100+ Engineering Sessions:

Learn how to build the next generation of apps with technical and design-focused videos by Apple engineers. Video collections will be posted each day. Watch on the web or in the Apple Developer app on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.

  • June 23-26

All-New Developer Forums:

Connect with over 1,000 Apple engineers on the all-new Apple Developer Forums. Anyone can search and view the forums or sign in with an Apple ID to ask questions about a variety of development topics. Starting the first day of the conference, eligible members can also connect with Apple engineers over WWDC20 content on the forums.

  • Redesign coming June 18

1-on-1 Developer Labs (by appointment):

Request an appointment with an Apple engineer for one-on-one technical guidance on Apple technologies. Get in-depth details on how to implement new features, directly from the engineers who helped build the latest advances in Apple platforms. Eligible members can simply sign in, choose a lab from the schedule, enter your question, and submit. Availability is limited. Requests will be reviewed and you’ll receive an email with your status.

  • June 23–26

Requirements. Watching session videos and viewing related documentation and sample code is available to anyone. To request a lab appointment or to post questions for Apple engineers about WWDC20 content on the forums, you must be a member of the Apple Developer Program or Apple Developer Enterprise Program as of June 11, 2020 at 9 a.m. PDT, or a Swift Student Challenge winner. Your membership must be current, valid, and in good standing from this date until the end of WWDC20.

More info about WWDC20 and the events schedule here.

11 Comments

    1. Making my point that after nine hours now, not a single user of this alleged Mac tech site seems interested in the biggest Mac story of the day. It is all about politics now.

      1. Still after 27 hours, not a single substantive comment. Remember when the announcement of WWDC and its Keynote would bring out dozens of comments speculating about the exciting future for our favorite computer company.

        1. You’re 100% guilty in three posts exactly what you accuse others of — specifically, not mentioning anything positive about the keynote instead, focusing on politics. Makes no sense.

          1. Didn’t focus on politics. Two of the three did not even mention politics and the third only mentioned other user’s political positions, not mine.

            What would be the point in discussing WWDC when nobody else seems interested?

  1. Apple is one of the most pandering companies. Just because their ads now feature so many POC, remember the underLIEing goal of advertising, to sell. It is my hope that everyone recognize corporations for what they are. Non-human fronts for countless minions of greed.

    1. Well said.

      Yes, in Cook’s Apple it is all about appearances and WOKE symbolism disguising the enormous greed and cheap China labor to accomplish enormous company success. What honest people despise is the blatant HYPOCRISY ever present.

      I believe most see it and know Steve at least maintained a purer pursuit of excellence and profit, without kowtowing to China’s censorship demands and denying Hong King citizens a digital voice.

      That said and more importantly, bottom line for me in a nutshell the Apple magic seems LOST and LUSTER DULLED now entrusted to bean counting profiteers placing profits over customers, sorry Apple. It is what it is.

      Apple owner since my Lisa…

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