Apple’s WWDC 2020 was unique before it even began. It’s the first time Apple’s developer conference has been streamed exclusively online with no in-person event due to COVID-19. Regardless, there were many big announcements, including some you might have been expecting and others that might catch you by surprise.

Everything Apple Announced at WWDC 2020

While WWDC didn't see the introduction of any new hardware, there were significant operating system updates across Apple's platforms, and we also heard about Apple's long-rumored transition from Intel processors to Apple Silicon for its Mac lineup.

Apple gave a first look at iOS 14, the new update coming to iPhones later this year. The most notable change comes in the form of widgets that you can place on the home screen. It’s like if Apple Watch apps invaded the iPhone home screen — it’s a really big deal that changes the look of the iOS software.

Whats's New announced in Apple WWDC 2020

Whats's New announced in Apple WWDC 2020

There's a recap of all of our coverage below, giving you a complete overlook of everything new:-

iOS 14

iPadOS 14

MacOS Big Sur

WatchOS 7

tvOS 14

Apple Silicon Chips


Apple's keynote event took place on Monday, June 22 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time. The event was streamed directly from Apple Park and can be replayed on, the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website, the Apple TV app on the Apple TV, or YouTube.

Apple provided a full digital WWDC experience with online keynote, a Platforms State of the Union for developers, technical and design-focused engineering sessions, Apple Developer Forums with Apple engineer participation, and one-on-one developer labs. Apple also hosted a Swift Student challenge, though winners received a jacket, pins, and virtual one-on-one lab sessions with Apple engineers rather than free admission to WWDC.

Engineering sessions and videos can be viewed on the Apple Developer website or in the Apple Developer app, which is available for iPhone, iPad, and as of 2020, the Mac.

Whats's New announced in Apple WWDC 2020
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