Apple has officially announced that their Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is coming back this year as an all-online format.
Apple made a couple of announcements during the first online-only WWDC keynote.
After previously announcing the shift to an online format, Apple has announced the start date for its Worldwide Developers Conference for 2020.
Due to the current health situation, Apple will be transitioning their annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) to an online event.
Apple made a couple of announcements about iOS 13, iPadOS, macOS and the new Mac Pro.
Apple made a few announcements during their WWDC 2018 keynote include updates to iOS, macOS and more.
Apple made a few announcements at their WWDC 2017 keynote, including ones about tvOS, iOS, macOS and more.
Apple made a few announcements at their WWDC 2016 keynote including a look at iOS 10 and watchOS 3 to a name change to OS X.
Tim Cook starting things off by saying that there are more than two million apps in the App Store with 130 billion downloads.
There were a number of announcements that were made at Apple’s WWDC 2015 keynote. The event first started off with a intro video starring former-SNL star, Bill Hader and also included Danny Pudi of Community fame.
The video below is the opening video for the keynote.
And you can watch the full keynote here: Apple WWDC 2015 keynote.
After the video, Tim Cook came on stage but he did things a bit different this year. He did not talk about all the record breaking numbers that Apple has achieved over the last year, he saved those for later on.
OS X El Capitan
The first announcement of the day was OS X 10.11 El Capitan. The name for this version of the OS still falls in a with Apple’s new California-based names.
OS X El Capitan brings along a whole slate of new features while still retaining the look that OS X Yosemite brought last year.