On May 6, Apple announced that it will hold its annual developer conference WWDC 2020 for a week from June 22, U.S. local time. As we announced in March, all programs will be implemented online this year. Participation in all programs is free. Details such as the session will be announced in June.
It was revealed that this year’s WWDC, which will be held online, will open on June 22, us local time. Details such as the program will be announced gradually in the future.
Apple announced in mid-March that it would be implementing this year’s WWDC online, in response to the global spread of the new coronavirus infection. This time, the opening day has been officially announced. This is the first time that the event has been held online at WWDC, which is in its 31st year. Phil Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide marketing at Apple, said this year’s WWDC will be the biggest ever, and he’s confident that 23 million developers will join him.
Wwdc in 2019. This year’s WWDC will be available online for all programs, including keynote keynotes that consumers are also interested in.
WwdC 2020 will provide you with the details of the next version of these OS in the keynote keynote address at the beginning of the first day, saying, “You will be able to experience the future of all operating systems, iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS.”
Details such as the program will be announced through the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website and e-mail from the start of June.
There is also a contest with Swift Playgrounds
At WWDC, students from around the world who are developing the app will be held in place of the annual Scholarship Program, which offers wwdc tickets free of charge, and the program contest “Student Swift Challnge” using Swift Playgrounds will be held.
The idea is to actually manipulate the interactive program created by Swift Playground and recruit videos that allow you to experience the content within three minutes. If you submit an excellent work, you will receive a WWDC 2020 jacket and a set of pin badges that are not available elsewhere. Recruitment has already begun, and the deadline is 15:59 Japan time on May 18.
Craig Federighi, Senior Vice President of Software Engineering, said, “Last year’s WWDC attracted more than 350 students from 37 countries and regions around the world. This year, I’m looking forward to the next generation of thinkers coming to fruition their ideas through the Swift Student Challenge.”