Apple’s 31st WWDC: Top 5 free virtual events to attend
This year Apple's 31st Worldwide Developers Conference will be held online. But it doesn’t lessen the excitement and thrill all Apple enthusiasts are bursting with these days. Though a little bit sad that we can’t make it to San Jose this year, where Apple initially planned to hold the conference, we are still looking forward to joining WWDC virtually.
Where to watch WWDC 2020
Be ready to get your eyes glued to the screens on June 22 at 10 a.m PDT. The event will be available on Apple.com, Youtube, the Apple TV app, and of course, the Apple Developer website and app.
Apple is going to announce the new iOS 14, iPadOS 14, tvOS 14, watchOS 7, and macOS 10.16 (that is expected to launch in September 2020).
Top 5 virtual side-events
If you want to turn this virtual conference into something even more exciting, here’s the list of events to attend:
When: Sat, June 20, 10:00 am PDT
If you’ve missed being part of the community these days, virtual trivia will be a great opportunity to connect with people. You’ll be able to reflect on WWDC history together and test your trivia skills. The admission is free, but the amount of fun you’ll have is priceless!
When: Mon, June 22, 10:00 am PDT
This watch party is your chance to meet Apple Developers from around the world and participate in group get-togethers. You’re free to speak up and share your experience with other members – you can either choose a topic yourself or get the organizers to help you out.
When: Tues, June 23, 8:00 am PDT
An online meetup, where you’ll hear tech industry experts and developers talking about new macOS features and their influence on the future of development. The event is free to attend.
4. WWDC Social Hour
When: Fri, June 26, 6:00 pm PDT
try! Swift World community organizes an event to discuss the releases from this year’s WWDC. You will be able to catch up on the biggest moments of WWDC 2020 for a small contribution.
When: Mon, June 22, 6:00 pm PDT
Join the livecast to hear the hosts and iOS team members discuss the key points of WWDC and changes in iOS development. The admission is free; you’ll only need to have Zoom on your computer.
Top YouTubers that cover Apple
Here's the quick list of YouTube influencers that cover Apple, technologies, and more:
We hope you will enjoy this year’s WWDC and get the most out of a virtual event! Join WWDC 2020 Slack group to stay updated!