Apple declared on Tuesday that its annual developers’ conference will start on June 7. Like a year ago, it’ll be online-only because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The WWDC21 event goes through June 11 and is free for developers to join in.
Apple typically discloses its new iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac software on the first day of the WWDC, as the event is known. It sometimes uses the events to present new hardware products, as well, particularly those that will take advantage of the new software features.
The event is focused on developers who develop apps for Apple’s products. Be that as it may, it’s frequently the first time the public gets a sneak look at new features coming to their gadgets. Commonly, the software declared in June is released in beta form before the final launch in the fall.
In 2020, Apple said it was changing from Intel processors to its own in-house chips. It reported the first computers to use its M1 processors that November. But, during WWDC 2020, it showed an example of how amazing its new chips are.
It additionally reported iOS 14 for iPhones, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, its Big Sur macOS update, and new Apple TV software.
In 2019, Apple used the event to uncover the Mac Pro, its most impressive PC ever, directed at creative professionals like movie editors.
Reports have recently proposed Apple will declare new hardware products before WWDC 2021. New iPads are expected in April, for example. Be that as it may, the organization is additionally due to refresh its iMacs and different computers with its new processor. Thus, it may make sense for Apple to present those new products in June on the off chance that they don’t come before.