Apple has updated Developer , its application with all the information and resources for developers (formerly called WWDC). The new version redesigns the iOS and iPadOS interface, and brings at last the expected macOS version . Macs finally have their native way to access the contents of the WWDC20.
This application is virtually mandatory for all developers of the Apple Developer Program, and will be your way of following both the keynote and the other sessions dedicated to developing applications for Apple platforms. You can download it for free from this link.
The update has also revealed, as you can see on the top tweet, what the individual sessions of the first ever non-attendance WWDC20 will look like. They will consist of audio calls with the Webex service, widely used internally by Apple. The conversations will not be recorded, but the screen will be shared with Apple staff for assistance . If you are a developer and are interested in one of these sessions, I recommend that you install Webex on all your devices.
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For those of us who are not developers, remember that we can follow the keynote through the Apple Events application of tvOS or the official Apple website. And of course, from Apple we are preparing our own live coverage to comment all the news in real time. More details will follow soon.