Note: This feature was first published on 26 June 2020.
It has been a momentous WWDC. Partly because, for the first time in it's history, it was held entirely online. But also because Apple announced that its Macs will soon embark on a transition to its own custom processors.
To help it do that, Apple announced macOS Big Sur, which must surely be one of the biggest updates to macOS in a long time.
That aside, Apple also unveiled iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, tvOS 14, and a host of other updates. They even showed off a trailer of their new "Foundation" series (based on Issac Asimov's novel series of the same name) that's coming to Apple TV+.
Yup, despite the pandemic, it has been business as usual for Apple as it was a WWDC that was as busy as ever. To help you keep up to date on everything that went down, here's a recap of WWDC 2020.