Apple unlike other tech companies didn’t cancel it’s event but instead made it a virtual one due to the pandemic. Today, Apple’s WWDC 2020 will be live and it’s the avenue where the company discusses what it’s consumers should expect ahead of the year all which boils down to it’s next iOS 14 operating system, the next gen iPad, iPhone, the next Watch Series, MacBooks, iMacs and other important products from the US-Based tech giant.
Part of what we expect the company to announce is the chipset which would be used to power it’s next generation Mac computers as news has it that the company is moving away from Intel and wants to utilize chipset similar to those used on it’s iPhones.
This isn’t the first time we’ll be hearing about this as it’s been in the rumor mill for a really long time now. With the new move, Apple might be able to even slim down it’s computers as well as make their batteries far more efficient considering the fact that the company would make all the hardware and important components as well as the software which will further make the future Mac computers faster. But one thing for sure is that the transition might take some times before we eventually see those new chipsets in Mac computers.
One things is that the Apple WWDC 2020 keynote would be the first held by the company since the COVID-19 pandemic which had caused numerous tech events to either get cancelled for the year or just retired to be held virtually. Facebook, Microsoft and Google are other big tech companies that moved away from in-person gathering making the event going on livestream instead.
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Speaking of the time of the Keynote of WWDC 2020 which will take place today, July 22nd 2020, the company’s head Tim Cook will handle this at 10 a.m PT and the livestream will be held on Apple’s Event Page which would be a big advantage for anyone using an Apple TV or basically switch to the Apple Event app where you can also preview other older events from the company.
Apple’s WWDC 2020 keynote takes place Monday, June 22 at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. GMT / June 23 at 3 a.m. AEST. Thngs we exect to see during the event includes updates about the MacOS and WatchOS as well as the TVOS and other important clues about the iPhone 12 as well as the iOS 14. By the end of the event, we’ll bring on the report of what was announced and what we found out during the conclusion of the Apple WWDC 2020.