Apple held its 2020 WWDC keynote today from an empty Steve Jobs Theater on Apple’s campus. The theater which typically plays host to thousands of developers yearning to hear what’s next for the powerhouse tech company only played host to CEO Tim Cook and Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering whom took the stage to detail what’s next for the iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac, and other major products. Below is a list of the major announcements.
iOS 14: Apple is introducing a new home screen that makes it easier to categorize apps in view more information at a glance, new features for Messages, and App Clips. That’s a new feature that makes it possible to access certain features of an app without actually launching the full program.
Processor Chip For Mac: Apple will start developing its own chips for Mac computers, called Apple Silicon, marking a big shift away from Intel. Apple’s chips will work in the same environment as those made for the iPhone and iPad, making it much easier for developers to create apps that work across all of the company’s products.
Watch the 2020 WWDC keynote for yourself below now.