WWDC 2020

Editor’s Desk: WWDC 2020 delights, iOS 14 goodies, Big Sur design controversy & more

A still image from Apple's WWDC 2020 keynote depicting Tim Cook sitting on a bar chair on the stage of the Steve Jobs Theater at the Apple Park headquarters, starring at the camera intently

The WWDC 2020 has wrapped up and it's one of the most successful developers conferences Apple has held to date, despite being pre-recorded in front of an empty auditorium in the Steve Jobs Theater. We got to see a company firing from all cylinders as various executives demonstrated a bunch of cool new features in iOS and iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14. That's not even mentioning the Apple Silicon announcement, strengthening your privacy across Apple platforms and a bunch of new APIs for developers, to name but a few.