Apple is attempting to do as much as it can to contribute to the global response against the Coronavirus. Teams across the company appear to be focused on what they can do to help. We’ve identified 17 things Apple has done so far, quite apart from work it will be doing behind the scenes to fix its supply chains.

Apple warned its investors

Apple in mid-February warned investors that it would fail to meet its previous estimated revenue targets of $63-$67 billion.

At that time it cited lower customer demand in Greater China, but this now seems to have become a more global problem. The company’s stock continues to decline, though most analysts anticipate recovery toward the end of the year.

WWDC will be held online, not in place

Apple will not hold its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose this year.

Instead of inviting thousands of the most important people in its community to get together in one place, the company will hold its conference online instead. It promises its show will still be packed with excitement.

Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering said:

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