WWDC 2022: Apple Just Announced That Its Digital Annual Developers Conference Will Begin On June 6!
Apple announced that its annual developers' conference, WWDC, will begin on June 6 and will run until June 10. The 33rd Worldwide Developers Conference will continue to be a digital-only event, preventing physical gatherings due to the ongoing global health and economic crisis.
The company will hold a launch event on the first day of the conference. Apple will likely showcase new iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and Mac software at a presentation featuring its CEO, Tim Cook.
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The event will be streamed on Apple's website and is free for all developers to attend. This year's program is expected to include more information sessions, more cutting-edge learning labs, more digital lounges to engage with attendees, and more localized content.
"At its heart, WWDC has always been a forum to create connection and build community," said Susan Prescott, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations and Enterprise and Education Marketing.
"In that spirit, WWDC22 invites developers from around the world to come together to explore how to bring their best ideas to life and push the envelope of what's possible. We love connecting with our developers, and we hope all of our participants come away feeling energized by their experience."
Concurrently, Apple will host a special day for developers and students at Apple Park to watch the keynote and State of the Union videos together with the online community. Space for the event will be limited. More details about how to apply to attend can be anticipated through their Apple Developer site and app.
The conference will also be a chance for the public to get a first look at new major software features that Apply has planned over the year. Apple's iOS 15 was announced at WWDC 2021 last June 2021 and went through significant changes before it was ultimately released on September 20 of that year.