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What a week! We've covered so many topics — Apple Silicon Macs, App Clips, WidgetKit, ARKit 4, Mac Catalyst, Xcode 12, Core ML 4.0, Metal, Accessibility and the list goes on and on. But now it's time to say farewell.
♪ Serenity Caldwell: It's time for Friday's recap.
Is it Friday? I don't know anymore.
All I know is that it's day five of WWDC.
Today, we talked about step sequences in Swift Playgrounds and completed the Swan's Quest.
Rob Rhyne: Is everyone ready? Are you ready? Serenity: We learned how to design for location privacy and how to keep your app from getting terminated in the background.
Well, that's it for WWDC 2020.
It really was an incredible week.
We missed seeing you in person, but it was great to bring all this to new people in new ways.
Tim Cook: It's here that we bring some of our biggest innovations to life.
Serenity: We talked about groundbreaking technology.
♪ We dropped more than 200 sessions.
We learned to dance.
♪ While WWDC has come to an end, the fun is just beginning, and the Developer app is here to help.
♪ Now, let's go make amazing things.
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