Rene Ritchie

WWDC 2020 Apple Event Preview!

May 6, 2020

Apple has just announced that their 31st annual, world wide developers conference, WWDC, will kick off — virtually — on Monday, June 22, 2020. And yeah, that’s three weeks later than usual, but what’s usual this year anyway? If you’re not familiar with it, WWDC — affectionately known as Dub Dub, is the big summer show where, every year, Apple announces updates to all of their operating systems and the developer frameworks for same, which now includes iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, watchOS, and, of course, macOS. Some years, though not every year, Apple also announces new hardware. The new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR. The iMac Pro and HomePod. MacBooks, iPads, even iPhones back in the days of Steve Jobs. And, now, we have a heavy emphasis on services as well, which are helping to move the needle for Apple even when the rest of the world is on hold. I’m going to try to keep this short… well, who am I kidding, shortish… because I’ve done a bunch of videos on potential announcements already — hit subscribe to see those — and if you want deeper dives on anything else, just let me know in the comments. I’m also going to focus it on the keynote — in a hypothetically much lighter, brighter timeline where we still get something like a traditional WWDC keynote — and leave things like State of the Union, sessions, labs, meet ups, parties, and podcasts for a future video. Maybe with a special guest. Let me know who you’d want to see for that. But, yes, shortish. Promise. On it. This… is the #WWDC2020 Apple Event Preview! SPONSOR: Brilliant Go to and sign up for free. The first 200 of you who go to this link will get 20% your annual Brilliant subscription. SUBSCRIBE: YouTube SPECIAL THANKS: Patreon Patreon supporters help make these videos possible. Get access to exclusive Discord, previews, and the opportunity to see your name in the credits! REFERENCES: New 13" MacBook Pro (2020) is Here! - YouTube MacBook Air (2020) Review: One Month Later - YouTube MORE: Nebula Twitter: Instagram: Web neither hosts nor alters podcast files. All content © its respective owners.