During the day today, Apple had the opportunity to officially announce the WWDC22, also confirming the dates of the conferences that we will see.
Finally, Apple has had the opportunity to announce its annual conference which includes a lot of content as usual, thanks also to the participation of the developers who will enrich the content. Everything, as confirmed, will take place from 6 to 10 June 2022 , with many announcements that could come up during the pleasant conference.
Among the possibilities there is no shortage of software updates such as iOS 16 , watchOS 9 and macOS 13 , although there are no specific news confirmed at the moment. Find below the official description of the company:
Apple today announced that it will hold the WDDC in online format from June 6-10, with all developers being able to participate for free. Following the success of the last two years of virtual events, WWDC2 will showcase the latest news related to iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS, giving Apple engineers access to technology to find out how to create great apps and interactive experiences.
These are the words of Susan Prescott , Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations and Enterprise and Education Marketing:
WWDC has always been a forum for connecting and building a community. In this spirit, WWDC22 invites developers from around the world to come together to explore how to bring their best ideas to life and push development as far as possible. We love connecting developers, and we hope all of our attendees feel energized by the experience.Advertisement
Considering among other things that the well-known insider Mark Gurman has anticipated that Apple could announce its next Silicon during the months of May or June, it is very plausible that we will be able to discover more news in this sense during the new conference. We will therefore only have to wait a few months to find out what all the contents will be treated.
- Apple officially announces all-online WWDC 2022 for June 6; iOS 16 and more expected (9to5Mac)