Apple’s WWDC where it announces new iPhone, Mac and iPad software will be online-only beginning June 22

Apple said on Tuesday that its annual developer conference, WWDC, will begin on June 22. Apple typically unveils its new iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV software during the event.

Apple said in March that the event would be online-only due to the coronavirus pandemic, but had not said when it would be hosted.

Microsoft updates WFH policy, lets employees work remotely through October

Microsoft is giving employees the option to work remotely through October after revising its WFH policy this week.

“On May 4th we confirmed that when restrictions lift, working from home will remain optional through October unless employees are in an essential role or local authorities mandate otherwise,” the company said in a statement.

Companies could require employees to install coronavirus-tracing apps like PwC before coming back to work

Consulting giant PwC is developing a mobile app for corporate clients that can track which employees are in close contact with each other, and alert human resources who may be at highest risk for coming down with Covid-19.