Sunday, March 15

Apple’s WWDC 2020

Apple's annual "Worldwide Developers Conference 2020" is scheduled for June this year. But due to the coronavirus that the world is currently facing, it has been decided to go online. The event will introduce Apple's new technology and new devices to the world.
Coronavirus - Avoiding large gatherings is a key part of much public health advice.

Apple's annual "Worldwide Developers Conference 2020" is scheduled for

June this year. But due to the coronavirus that the world is currently facing, it has been decided to go online. The event will introduce Apple's new technology and new devices to the world.

Apple said it "will host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in June...[in] an entirely new online format". Apple says it will unveil a plan in the next few days that will showcase how this program works and how it can get along.

Only Apple software developers can attend this conference every year. We also sell $ 1,600 (£ 1,280) tickets for this. An annual budget of $ 1m (£ 800,000) is set aside for this program. It is held in San Jose, California.

The keynote speech will be delivered by Apple's CEO Tim Cook. This allows live streaming via the Internet.

Timothy Donald Cook is an American business executive and industrial engineer. Cook is the chief executive officer of Apple Inc.
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When the majority of countries in the world compete against the coronavirus. Avoiding large gatherings is a key part of much public health advice. Apple Developers in 155 countries have participated in this event in the past year.


Which helps prevent the spread of the new virus, COVID-19, and social exclusion by conducting an online campaign that helps prevent people from getting in touch with others.

This year's WWDC 2020 event, due to the coronavirus virus, is the time when most tech peoples in the world connect with one another.