Technology giant Apple has announced that its annual developer conference, the WWDC, will begin on June 6 and end on June 10, about two months later. As per tradition, Apple will hold a launch event on the first day of the conference – where it will usually unveil operating systems and software relevant to various devices such as the iPhone and iPod.
Most likely, Apple will introduce the new iPhone operating system at WWDC, and the company will probably announce iOS 16 at the upcoming event. The new operating system will be released to beta users and then to all other users worldwide. In addition, the company will release additional versions of operating systems for its various products: iPhone – iOS, iPad – iPadOS, Macs – macOS, smartwatch – watchOS, Smart TV – tvOS.
At this event, Apple focuses on software developers who build apps for their platforms. Events are for developers who want to get tips and advice from Apple employees so they can develop better apps. There are over 30 million developers in Apple’s global community today, so these kinds of events are very important to their community. Some developers and students can apply and attend an event at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California.
According to rumors, the technology giant may announce a new model of the Mac Pro, one of its desktops. During the last launch event, the company hinted that it would announce this later this year, which is a possible opportunity.