Apple: WWDC Moved To June , To Happen Online Amid Concerns

Since the coronavirus is nowhere on the verge of decline, another event is set to be postponed. The WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) to be held by Apple is expected to be moved. This is done because of a rise in cases of coronavirus victims. So, they have called off the entire on-ground event and are considering to shift it entirely online.

The event usually happened in San Jose, California, in the United States. But now it is expected to be postponed or be shifted online. This will follow a lot of damage to investments. However, everyone has been looking forward to this event with full enthusiasm.

What Is Going To Happen?

This is the 31st year of the WorldWide Developer Conference and it is suspected that it will now be held online. This is amidst the outbreak of coronavirus and its rising cases in various countries. It is expected that the event will be held on the same date. However, it will now be online. So, everyone can connect to the event through online means.

More information about the same will be shared soon by the organization. So, in the weeks that follow, you can expect a lot of information to come your way. The offline keynotes and documents of the event have to be organized in some way. Currently, this is been thought through.

Why Look Forward To The Event?

This is a great event for technology enthusiasts. Through this event, you could engage with Apple engineers. It also gave you a chance to get early access to the future of technologies regarding iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS. The company would have also shared more information about the Apple developer app.

It is now expected that this information will be released on an online platform, preferably through emails. The information will be shared very soon now.

Impact Due To Shift Of Plans

This shift of plans comes with its own set of troubles. A lot of revenue is lost since everything is getting online now. All the money spent on preparing the location has gone to drain. The people involved have incurred an approximate loss of $1 million. Many tech companies have now shifted their launches and events online.