Apple has revealed that the 2022 Worldwide Developers Conference will take place between June 6, 2022 and June 10, 2022, and will be streamed live online. According to GSM Arena, there will be limited in-person attendance. The opening keynote will remain pre-recorded, but Apple Park at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino will be open to a select group of developers.
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The keynote can be viewed by developers in the company of Apple’s engineers and designers. The fortunate few were required to apply via an online form in the early days of the week, and the company is now sending out invitations.
According to the report, all attendees “must follow Apple’s health and safety protocols,” which means they must provide a negative COVID-19 test. However, masks are not required. They will be given a tour of the new Developer Center at Apple Park once they arrive.
Apple is set to release new versions of iOS, iPadOS. According to reports, the company is working on iOS 16 and macOS 13. iOS 16 is expecting to include new redesigned app icons for apps, camera app enhancements, new widgets, and upgraded themes.
Apple Might Unveil New Versions Of iOS, iPadOS at WWDC 2022
According to news stories, the notification will be available for iPhones released after the iPhone 6s. And in the meantime, iPadOS 16 is said to include floating iPhone windows, new widgets, and video editing tool support.
According to recent reports, Company may also unveil new hardware at the event. According to reports, the company is working on a new silicon-powered Mac Pro. This product will most likely be unveiled at WWDC 2022. The new smaller Mac Pro will reportedly have a 40-core CPU and a 128-core GPU. Along with this, the company is expected to release a new iMac Pro with a larger screen, as well as a new Mac mini model.
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