WWDC 2020 highlights: What business pros need to know
July 5, 2020
Now in its 31st year, the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) was held online from June 22 to 26 for the first time due to the coronavirus pandemic. The conference was available for free on the Apple Developer app and Apple Developer website.
WWDC20 showcased the latest advances across iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS and more. In addition, the conference featured the developer-focused Platforms State of the Union with Apple engineers going over the core software changes developers should know about, more than 100 engineering sessions, developer forums, and more.
This ebook compiled from content from TechRepublic and ZDNet provides a detailed recap of the conference including announcements about new hardware, new services, new features, and analysis.
In the ebook:
- Apple’s Developer app makes the leap to macOS in time for WWDC 2020
- WWDC 2020: iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, Apple Silicon chip and everything business pros need to know
- WWDC 2020: Everything Apple just announced, ranked
- WWDC 2020: Apple’s big event had one less thing (and it really hurt)
- WWDC 2020: 7 things you probably missed
- WWDC 2020: Apple launches iOS 14, aims for Siri overhaul, better app organization
- WWDC 2020: Apple announces Universal Quick Start program for developers
- WWDC 2020: watchOS 7 gets a makeover with new personalization, health, sleep and fitness for Apple Watch
- WWDC 2020: Apple watchOS 7 adds more workouts, monitor your handwashing technique
- Apple silicon: Why developers don’t need to worry about this transition
- Apple Silicon at WWDC 2020: Everything you need to know
- Safari refinements justify setting the browser as default in macOS Big Sur
- WWDC 2020: Apple brings new home screen widgets, Pencil improvements and improved Siri to iPadOS 14
- WWDC 2020: Top new iOS 14 features designed with business professionals in mind
- WWDC 2020: iOS 14 kills the biggest iPhone annoyance
- WWDC 2020: What’s iOS 14’s secret sauce?
- Apple iOS 14: A cheat sheet
- Apple iPadOS 14 report card: There’s room for improvement
- New privacy and security features announced at Apple’s WWDC 2020
- Apple confirms Mac to Arm with Microsoft and Adobe on board; MacOS will look more like iOS
- Apple Big Sur: Here’s what makes new macOS ‘biggest update to design in over a decade’
- And more!