Apple announces WWDC 2020 schedule, main keynote at 10 AM PDT on June 22nd

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In a blog post today Apple announced the schedule for WWDC. The main keynote will be held on June 22nd at 10 AM PDT time, streamed directly from Apple Park in the Steve Jobs Theater and watchable on apple.com.

The full agenda is as followed:

  • June 22nd, 10 AM PDT- main keynote
  • June 22nd, 2 PM PDT- Platforms State of the Union
  • June 23rd to June 26th- 100+ Engineering Sessions
  • June 23rd to June 26th- 1-on-1 Developer Labs

Apple also teases a major redesign to the “All-New Apple Developer Forums” coming on June 18th, which they say will help developers connect with more than 1,000 Apple engineers and engage in technical discussions.

The new forum will replace the typical in-person interaction that developers have with Apple engineers. Details are limited, but it may include a voice portion. Apple does say it will be accessible to everyone and anyone can follow along in the discussions.

In replacement of the physical interaction, Apple will hold daily engineering sessions via videos posted daily on the Apple Developer app and website. The main keynote and all videos will also be available to Chinese residents on Tencent, iQIYI, Bilbili, and YouKu.

Apple Terminal is providing full 24/7 coverage of WWDC 2020 right here on appleterm.com and on our Twitter. This year we’ll be covering the event in a completely new way. Follow us for coverage like you’ve never seen before.

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