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Apple's WWDC 2020 keynote is happening on 22 June 10a.m. PDT

By Kenny Yeo - on 15 Jun 2020, 9:39am

Apple's WWDC 2020 keynote is happening on 22 June 10a.m. PDT

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The ongoing pandemic has forced many events to go digital and that's no different from Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

It's one of the most important events on Apple's calendar as it is during WWDC that Apple shows off its new software and technologies for developers.

It is during WWDC that Apple typically unveils the next-generation of its major operating systems like iOS, macOS, and watchOS.

Sometimes, they even announce new hardware. Like last year, when they unveiled the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR.

Earlier this year, Apple announced that WWDC 2020 will be an entirely online event and that it will run from 22 to 26 June.

More importantly – you'll want to mark your calendars for this – the special event keynote will take place on 22 June, 10 a.m. PDT.

We have done the conversion for you and that translates to 23 June, 1 a.m. local time.

This is going to be a very special WWDC not just because of the current pandemic but also because there's a lot of talk that Apple could announce its transition to ARM chips for Mac at the event. It could be mega.

At any rate, be sure to mark your calendars!