Apple WWDC 2020: iOS 14, macOS 10.16, new-look iMacs – Here is what to expect
Tech giant Apple is set to host its first major event of 2020 - Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on Monday, 22 June, 2020. The Cupertino-based tech giant is known to unveil a series of software and hardware upgrades during this annual event which are later released throughout the year.
Tech giant Apple is set to host its first major event of 2020 - Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on Monday, 22 June, 2020. The Cupertino-based tech giant is known to unveil a series of software and hardware upgrades during this annual event which are later released throughout the year. Just like every other year, iOS is going to be the biggest star at the conference with Apple expected to release a new update of its operating system.
The company is expected to showcase the first look of updated iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, and also some hardware options during the event. However, this year’s keynote will take place only virtually due to the coronavirus ourbreak.
Here is a quick look at what to expect from WWDC 2020:
The WWDC 2020 is scheduled to commence from 10 am PT, which is 10.30 pm IST on June 22. The event will be live-streamed from Apple Park and you can watch it on the Apple website, the Apple Developer app, Apple TV and Apple’s YouTube channel.
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Apple is planning to announce its own chipsets, shifting from Intel processors for its Mac computers. The new processors are likely to be based on the same technology used in Apple-designed iPhone and iPad chips. However, upcoming Macs will still run the macOS operating system rather than the iOS software on its iPhones. The macOS version provides various resources from developer-related news to videos showcasing new features for Apple operating systems.
The tech giant should provide the first look of its upgraded operating system – iOS 14. It can also give a look into new versions of other operating systems -iPadOS, tvOS and watchOS. The company is expected to make some major changes to iOS by offering an Android-esque view of all the apps on your device with a variety of sorting options, including Siri suggestions. Apple is reportedly considering allowing iOS users to change default apps on the platform with third-party options.
As far as hardware goes, the company can unveil a new-look 23-inch iMac, which is touted to launch later this year. It is expected to come with slim bezels. The company can also showcase a refreshed Apple TV which may look quite similar to the current model but may come with double the storage (from 32GB and 64GB to 64GB and 128GB) and an improved processor.
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