Watch Apple’s WWDC 2020 Keynote Today For Free

Today is a special day for those who are interested in what Apple are going to announce on their special day.

Watch Apple’s WWDC 2020 Keynote Today For Free

The Keynote is going to start at 10 a.m. today (22, June) and you have the ability to be there on Apple’s Homepage, the Apple Events app on Apple TV or in the Cupertino Company’s Developer website and app.

Isn’t it surprising that it is going to be free this time?

There are plenty of rumors and leaks that are about the Apple’s keynote. Let’s see some important facts about the products and the services that are going to announce.



iOS 14 or iPhoneOS 14

le launches a significance new software update for the phone each year. The update is thought to be called iOS 14. This software’s early test version has leaked, revealing key features that we can expect to hit iPhones this autumn in the final release.


iPadOS 14

Apple broke iOS into iPadOS last year. iPadOS 14 will be the next major on iPadOS. It will potentially launch alongside with iOS 14 but it will have special features.

Early code found from the iOS 14 suggests that Apple is working on more advanced iPad Support for cursors, further blurring the boundaries between iOS, iPadOS, and MacOS. For the cursor it implements an auto-disappearing nature. The theory is that the cursor on display vanishes once the connected mouse is untouched. Upon moving the mouse, the cursor appears on the screen again.


WatchOS 7

WatchOS 7 appears to be a loaded with major changes and new features, including sleep tracking, new infograph pro and international watch faces, plus the ability to share watch faces and set pictures as your watch face and even parental controls. Detection of blood oxygen was also rumored.


MacOS 10.16

Apple launchedMacOS Catalina last year. We should foresee a new update to MacOS b 2020 which is MacOS 10.16. Apple typically gives a name for a Californian Landmark to its MacOS.



Apple plan to release newly built iMac computer, but it not given that this will happen in WWDC. With slim bezels and other design features borrowed from the iPad Pro, the new iMac is anticipated to come in 21.5 inch and 23 inch options, no matter when it emerge.


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