Developer Forums

Throughout the week of the conference, you can connect with over 1,000 Apple engineers and developers from around the world on the all-new Apple Developer Forums. Engage with the WWDC20 community, ask questions about session content, and more.

View WWDC20 discussions

Viewing and posting

Everyone can view the forums and threads. To ask questions or post replies on a variety of development topics, sign in with your Apple ID. Members of the Apple Developer Program, members of the Apple Developer Enterprise Program, and Swift Student Challenge winners can connect with Apple engineers over WWDC20 content, so be sure to sign in with the Apple ID associated with your developer account if you have one.

WWDC tags

The all-new forums feature tags as a way to make content easily discoverable. You can find content and tag your posts using special tags for WWDC20:

WWDC20 Community. Meet and chat with fellow developers.

Everyone can view and all forums users can post.

WWDC20 Support. Ask for help with conference logistics, such as video streaming issues.

Everyone can view and all forums users can post.

WWDC20. Discuss general conference content with engineers and fellow developers.

Everyone can view. Program members and Challenge winners can post.

In addition, each session and conference topic will have a unique tag everyone can use.


To post questions for Apple engineers about WWDC20 content on the forums, you must be a member of the Apple Developer Program or Apple Developer Enterprise Program as of June 11, 2020 at 9 a.m. PDT, or a Swift Student Challenge winner. Your membership must be current, valid, and in good standing from this date until the end of WWDC20.