If Apple follows its usual pattern, we should get our first glimpse at iOS 14, which will replace iOS 13 which now powers millions of iPhones on the planet. If users paid through the app, they would be subject to a 30pc fee that goes to Apple.
WWDC 2020 is looming, and Apple wants to be sure developers can keep track of new developments even though they're stuck at home.
The removal of that line indicates that Apple will now start accepting Mac trade-ins via any retail store, in addition to accepting other iDevices such as iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches.
As far as the new version of macOS is concerned, there is not much information available at the moment.
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Chivers also asserted that Trump had been "fooled", revealing that two of his children registered for a pair of tickets each. Racial tensions have roiled the nation following the police killing of a black man, George Floyd, in Minneapolis.
Apple fans have a huge day ahead, with the United States technology firm's yearly WWDC Developers Conference kicking off from 6pm tomorrow.
The iPhone maker is expected to debut its iOS 14 operating system update on Monday during the WWDC 2020 event. The Cupertino giant had introduced iPadOS a year ago, and it is now reported to be planning to rename the iOS.
Then, over the following four days, developers from all over the world will be able to take part in more than 100 workshop sessions created to help them master new tools and functionalities that are now available in Apple systems. The conference is supposed to be for new developments and features coming to iOS 14, iPadOS, watchOS, and macOS. So we will see some new changes and most advanced things on the iPadOS 14 this year. Many news features we will see after a couple of days.
You'll have plenty of options when it comes to watching WWDC 2020 live on June 22. One of the apps thought to be updated is Apple Podcasts.