With less than a week to go until the start of Apple's WWDC 2020 event - which will be held from 22-26 June - the company has sent out "invitations" to the opening keynote speech from Tim Cook and others. The keynote will be made available via the Apple website, the Apple TV and Apple developer apps, and YouTube.
The broadcast will start on Monday 22 June at 6pm UK time (it's 10am PDT), with the primary focus on the autumn updates to Apple's various operating system: iOS 14, macOS 10.16, iPadOS 14, tvOS 14 and watchOS 7. Since Apple does not use the word "live" in its invitation, it's likely that the event will be recorded in advance. It may even have been recorded already.
In related news, the Apple Developer app has been updated, and if you're planning to use the app to keep abreast of the latest news from WWDC, you'd be wise to download the latest version.
Developers will be able to use the app to access hundreds of videos explaining the changes to iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS in detail. It will also be possible for those who need expert help to book a video session with Apple's engineers.
We look at How to watch WWDC 2020 in more detail in a separate article.
This article originally appeared on Macworld Sweden. Translation by David Price.