The WWDC20 keynote included the official announcements of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7, the move to custom ARM silicon for Macs, and much more. However, there are a number of things Apple didn’t unveil. Let’s take a look at everything Apple didn’t announce at WWDC.
It was a busy week with lots of exciting announcements. Notably, the first-ever totally virtual WWDC went smooth and lots of developers shared positive feedback. Some are even asking Apple to use the online format going forward. One of the biggest positives was so many more people were able to participate this year compared to a traditional WWDC in-person event.
For a recap of everything that Apple did unveil, check out our detailed WWDC keynote roundup here. Now let’s dive into everything Apple didn’t announce.
Just shy of two weeks before the WWDC keynote, we heard a rumor from leaker Sonny Dickson that Apple was planning to unveil a redesigned iMac at the annual conference with slimmer bezels and updated internals like an Apple T2 chip and AMD Navi GPUs. The next day, iMac stock at Apple’s online store was running low, potentially also pointing to a new iMac.