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What's on iMore's desk for WWDC

WWDC 2020
WWDC 2020 (Image credit: iMore)

Every year leading up to WWDC, iMore managing editor, Lory Gil, and Apple analyst Rene Ritchie would share the most important tech they bring with them to San Jose to help make covering Apple's tech conference in-person possible. This year, however, the entire iMore team is watching WWDC remotely and we wanted to share with you how we work from home.

From our preferred ways to watch to the cords and hubs that keep us working (and the snacks that keep us happy), this is what's on our desks as we head to our home offices to cover WWDC 2020.

Lory Gil

Joe Keller

Bryan M. Wolfe

Christine Romero-Chan

Luke Filipowicz

Christopher Close

Karen Freeman

Rene Ritchie

Time to start the party

In case you didn't already have it it marked on your calendar, WWDC starts June 22 (opens in new tab). It kicks off at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET. We'll be covering every big announcement and following up with details on what to expect in the fall release of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, macOS 10.16, and tvOS 14. You can follow along with everything we have in store at our dedicated WWDC page