News 357: WWDC20 State of the Union

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Apple's Vice President in Software Engineering Andreas Wendker and other Apple engineers give us a deep dive on the transition to Apple Silicon, as well as changes to macOS, iOS, iPadOS, watvhOS, Xcode, and Swift. Highlights: Apple Silicon is all about performance and interoperability. Universal 2 will make Intel apps work on Apple Silicon with Xcode. Unity runs on Apple Silicon. Rosetta 2 virtualization uses Parallels. iOS apps will run natively on macOS with Apple Silicon. macOS Big Sur has a new design that borrows heavily from iOS and iPadOS. Big Sur is macOS 11. iPad Pro Lidar sensor has new uses in iPadOS 14. Apple Pencil ads Scribble and Scratch in iPadOS 14. You'll be able to code widgets with Swift in iOS 14. You can also use Swift to code watchOS complications. Xcode will help developers seamlessly transition their apps from Intel to Apple Silicon. Host: Leo Laporte Download or subscribe to this show at . Sponsor: LastPass.com/twit

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