- From June 6 to June 10, Apple will be poised to hold WWDC, an online-only gathering for developers.
- Apple has scheduled an in-person event for developers and students who can’t make it to Apple Park on June 6th to see the keynote and State of the Union recordings.
- How to apply will be made accessible “soon.”
- All of Apple’s new software is shown during the annual WWDC conference held in Cupertino each year.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicks off from June 6th to June 10th, it will be an online-only event. While some developers and students will watch the keynote and State of the Union videos in person at Apple Park on June 6th, along with the online community, Apple has announced an in-person event. There will be information available “soon” on how to apply.
Every year, Apple hosts the WWDC, a conference that focuses on the company’s upcoming software releases for iOS, iPad OS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. Among Apple’s recent software announcements are FaceTime SharePlay compatibility, digital ID storage in Apple Wallet, iPad widget support, and enhanced privacy features in the iCloud Plus subscription service. These are just a few examples from last year.
It doesn’t, however, imply that WWDC is always devoted only to software. The new Mac Pro and HomePod, as well as improved iMacs and iPad Pros, have been introduced at previous presentations.
It was stated during Apple’s 2021 conference that the Mac range would switch to Apple Silicon’s own Arm-based architecture. This year is expected to bring a new M2 CPU, which might be teased or possibly unveiled at WWDC22.