Apple has announced that this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference will be online-only, complete with a keynote presentation and live sessions. Brought on by “the current health situation” this isn’t unexpected, as events like SXSW, the Game Developers Conference, Google I/O and Facebook F8 have been cancelled. Apple has also not been shy about taking precautions and cancelling Apple Store events.
A specific date hasn’t been set, other than the month of June. WWDC is the event where Apple typically reveals upcoming new features of macOS and iOS operating systems and hardware. The keynote presentation is usually live-streamed on Apple’s site.