Apple releases WWDC20 lineup, including its opening keynote

Apple releases WWDC20 lineup, including its opening keynote

Apple today released details of how the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2020, which will start on June 22nd. This will be the 31st year of the event.

As expected, on the first day at 10 am local time (2 pm in Brasilia) we will have a great opening keynote broadcast directly from Apple Park to the world via, the Apple Developer app, via Apple TVs and also through YouTube, in addition to some Chinese services.

Also on 6/22, at 6 pm (Brasília), the presentation will take place Platforms State of the Union, in which Apple engineers go into more technical detail about what’s new in iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS with developers.

During the rest of the week of the event, which runs until Friday (6/26), Apple has prepared more than 100 engineering sessions, a new discussion forum within the Apple Developer portal, one-on-one services that can be scheduled and more. All content will be available for later consultation.

Apple will also announce, on June 16, the student developers who are going to the final of the Swift Student Challenge – announced a few weeks ago.

Even though it is totally virtual, Apple promises that WWDC20 will be “the biggest WWDC in history”. We’ll see what’s good out there – with full coverage of MacMagazine, of course! ?