maçã The date for WWDC 2022 has just been confirmed – we’re looking forward to iOS 16, a new version of macOS, and much more at the developer conference. Of all the major technology events and print collections over the years, Apple’s encounters are the most anticipated. Here we are announcing new iPhones, iPads, Macs and more.
Among the major hardware launches, Apple also hosts its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (commonly known as WWDC). At WWDC, Apple will be making its latest software launches, including major updates to iOS, macOS, and watchOS. WWDC is also home to some of Apple’s two most interesting hardware ads. From HomePod to Mac Pro 2019, WWDC is no stranger to exciting Apple products.
Logo behind Apple’s “Peek Performance” event, the launch of the iPhone SE 3 and Mac Studio, Apple is now announcing dates for WWDC 2022. This year’s developer conference will take place between June 6 and 10 and, unlike last year’s , a virtual meeting. From the opening ceremony to the Mentoring Developer Workshop, much of WWDC is back online. Apple is adding a one-day attendance component. “For developers and students” June 6, but otherwise practically everything happens.
Of all the software ads expected at WWDC this year, iOS 16 is one of the two most anticipated launches. iOS 15 added SharePlay, improved notifications, and made many changes to apps like FaceTime and Weather. There are very few tools in iOS 16 yet, it is rumored that he will add interactive widgets (a very necessary resource as the widgets were added in iOS 14). The iPadOS 16 should be there too, possibly with some additional product resources to help iPadOS make better use of the M1 chip in the current iPad Pro and iPad Air.
Among the updates for the iPhone and iPad, WWDC 2022 will also give us ads for watchOS 9, tvOS 16, and a new version of macOS. As with hardware ads, things can be very engaging or monotonous. Apple may be sparking rumors of devices like the M1 Mac Pro and their eager VR/AR eyes. It is also possible that we can make people aware of Apple’s M2 chip. Alternatively, Apple could announce zero new hardware. There has always been a renegade at WWDC, and some of it turned out to be interesting.