Apple WWDC 2020 Will be Online Only Event

Apple WWDC 2020 is the next big event from Apple scheduled to take place this month where the new iPhone 9/ iPhone SE2, iPads and MacBooks were expected to be announced. In the wake of novel Corona virus, the company has decided to push the event to an online-only format for the safety of hundreds of visitors who usually attend this conference.

The entirely online format is not new for Apple WWDC 2020 because apart from developers and media, consumers always watched these events live on their official website and YouTube. The big change is that it will be applicable for everyone this year to battle the virus that is spreading fast in the United States.

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Facebook cancelled their F8 developer’s conference and Mobile World Congress 2020 was also cancelled. The E3 2020 event, designed for game developers and gamers to be held in Los Angeles was announced to not take place due to the same reason but an online-only event seems to be the go for everyone this year.

Apple is expected to make announcements of a new iPhone SE2, iPad among other products but their availability could be delayed due to production delays in China.

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