Winners and Loser: Apple WWDC takes 2020 by storm, but at Intel’s expense

It’s been one hell of a week in the world of tech with Apple throwing everything but the kitchen sink at developers during its yearly WWDC opening keynote and the EFF taking exception to Google’s planned purchase of Fitbit.

But in the sea of shiny things, there’s been one very clear winner and one, oh so sad, loser.

Winner: Apple for iOS 14 and pretty much everything else at WWDC 2020

Apple WWDC is an important event in any tech fan’s calendar. It’s where the company unveils its latest software and features to developers, providing fans a sneak peek at what to expect for the firm’s next MacBook, iPhone and other major devices.

But, unless you know the jargon, it can be a little dry – even we here at Trusted Reviews struggle to get excited about Apple using a new font in iOS. This year that wasn’t the case though. At WWDC 2020 Apple unveiled some of its biggest updates in years. These include sweeping reforms to iOS 14, iPadOS 14, WatchOS 7 and the much needed addition of Xbox Adaptive pad support to its games offering.

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