WWDC 2020 Stories July 1

Every year at WWDC, Apple offers developers a unique jacket and set of pins to celebrate the year’s conference. This year, things were quite a bit different due to the all-online nature of WWDC 2020, but a new project on Kickstarter aims to offer developers and Apple fans a collection of pins.

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WWDC 2020 Stories June 24

One of my favorite sessions from WWDC each year is the “What’s New in Apple Device Management” session that details the upcoming enhancements to Apple’s MDM APIs and other features that system administrators can use to more efficiently manage Apple devices in the enterprise. So what’s new for 2020 with Apple device management? Let’s take a look. expand full story

WWDC 2020 Stories June 23

WWDC 2020 has already started and Apple announced new versions of its operating systems and a big change coming to the Mac. From iOS 14 with a new home screen to the redesigned macOS Big Sur and the transition from Intel processors to ARM chips on the Mac, we want to know what was your favorite announcement?

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Yesterday’s WWDC keynote was a very different beast from the usual live event. Not just the lack of audience, but the fact that each of the presentations was very obviously pre-recorded.

Clearly those who like to attend in person will feel they missed out on that experience. But I have to say that I very much preferred the pre-recorded presentations, for several reasons …

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WWDC 2020 Stories June 22

During its WWDC keynote, Apple officially confirmed its transition from Intel chips to its own Apple Silicon for the Mac. In addition to details for developers, Tim Cook announced that the first Mac with Apple Silicon will ship to consumers by the end of this year.

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WWDC 2020 officially kicks off today as a completely virtual event. This year, Apple is expected to use its Worldwide Developers Conference to introduce iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS 10.16, and much more. Read on as we round up all of the news from WWDC 2020 as it happens!


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