Apple has finally confirmed the date of the all-online WorldWide Developers Conference 2020 on June 22nd. Every year this is one of Apple’s biggest events where they announce updates on all software.
In the past, they would also talk about future products that they are updating, but I doubt we will have that this year as Apple has just silently updated its devices.
During this event, we can expect updates to iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. In traditional Apple fashion, we can expect to hear about the updates, betas will be released right after the event to developers, public betas coming in shortly after and the full release in the fall around the next iPhone launch.
Soon, we will have iOS 14, which is predicted to have more customization in terms of widgets, iPadOS which is very similar to iOS but made to suit the iPad’s display and power. watchOS 7 which is likely to bring even more health features and easier navigation. macOS (insert landmark name here) and tvOS which likely will have design updates to cater more towards Apple TV+.
It's always exciting to see the new software that Apple brings. Due to COVID-19, the event was delayed, but better late than never. While we won’t be able to use any of the features that Apple announces for months, it's always exciting to see what's next.