WWDC: iOS 14, Apple silicon and all the details
Plus, AirPods will get automatic switching between Apple devices, and Apple's new iOS privacy updates will show how apps are tracking you.
June 22, 2020
WWDC: iOS 14 and Apple silicon
Apple went virtual today for its annual developer conference, but the WWDC announcements were very much real, from the upcoming iOS 14 and MacOS Big Sur to a silicon transplant for the Mac to Apple's homegrown chips.
Editorial Director, CNET
WWDC 2020: Apple silicon has arrived
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