Apple’s annual World Wide Developer Conference for 2022, or WWDC for short, is set to be a virtual one like in recent years. It will kick off on June 6 and run through June 10. Apple will be hosting its main keynote and various breakout sessions online.
California Mac-maker The Cupertino this news regarding the WWDC. Apple will announce plenty of news and launch updates at this event regarding all of its platforms like iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. Apple’s State of the Union and keynote are likely to take place on the same day and are expected to be pre-recorded. A live stream can be accessed through Apple’s events page and YouTube channel.
Apple promised plenty of sessions that will be available to watch online. “This year’s program will also include more information sessions, more cutting-edge learning labs, more digital lounges to engage with attendees, and more localized content to make WWDC22 a truly global event,” the company said. In addition to the virtual format this year, Apple will host a minimal in-person component to WWDC targeting students and developers o do visit their site for more info so that you don’t miss out.
In the recent past, Apple’s exception to no-hardware announcements has regarded the Macbooks, Power Mac G5, the Mac Pro, and iPhone 3G. With all the recent rumors associated with MacBook Air MacBook Pro 13-inch with M2 processor, Apple’s venerable entry-level notebooks might actually make the debut at this year’s WWDC. The powerful M2 chip may also be revealed at the same event with the highly anticipated MacBook Air and may even be included in the Mac and iPad hardware down the road.
Other noteworthy news and launches might include:
- Apple could tease more details about a refreshed Mac Pro. The new model could retain the same styling but arrive in a more compact design. The larger screen size could potentially allow Apple to slim down the profile of the Pro Display XDR.
- Apple may debut the latest iOS 16 and watchOS 9 platforms and introduce new UI elements as well as more features that could breathe new life into existing hardware.
- New operating systems could be available after WWDC for developer testing, followed by a public beta. A general release will be available in the fall.
- MacOS 13 could potentially be announced and named after the alpine California destination known for its mountains and lakes. Apple is expected to continue to support Macs with Intel processors.
Whatever the case may be, stay tuned to this space for official announcements regarding the WWDC 2022.