Apple plans to host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference starting on June 22 this year. For the first time in 31 years, the event will be entirely virtual. Over 23 million Apple developers around the world are invited to take part in the conference free of charge.
Apple has launched the latest iOS 13.5 beta to the public through the Apple Beta Software Program. The finished update is expected to drop later this month, with new features mostly related to the global coronavirus pandemic. Siri has already been updated to deliver answers to questions regarding COVID-19, and Apple has launched a separate screening website and app.
The upcoming release of iOS 13.5 includes a COVID-19 exposure logging system that is designed to protect user privacy. The system has been developed thanks to a previously announced partnership between Apple and Google, bringing anonymous exposure tracking to iOS and Android devices.
Apple has finally updated one of its most popular iPhones, the modestly priced iPhone SE. This special edition iPhone doesn't disappoint in its second generation. The iPhone SE packs the same processor as the iPhone 11 Pro with a starting price of $399. If that sounds hard to beat, read on to see what the 2020 iPhone SE has to offer.
Apple has made several of its original shows free to watch without an Apple TV+ subscription. Streaming content included in the offer can be seen under the "Free for Everyone" collection in the Apple TV app. To watch, you must be signed into the app with an Apple ID, but no purchase is required. Shows can also be watched on a web browser at tv.apple.com.