To everyone’s surprise, the Apple company has just confirmed it is holding its annual WWDC developer conference. This multi-day event will run from June 7 to 11. The new operating systems from Apple – including iOS 15 – should logically be introduced at this point during the first “conference”.
Given the current health situation, the Worldwide Developers Conference will once again be held online only. Developers will be able to attend various Apple workshops and conferences free of charge.
In addition to showcasing what’s new in iOS 15, macOS 12, watchOS 8, Apple could take advantage of the event to unveil new products, but so far nothing is less certain. The visual for the event, however, suggests that Apple may be talking about the AR glasses the company is working on in secret.
In contrast, the announcement of WWDC dates ahead of the spring keynote suggests that Apple will ultimately hold no conference in April, contrary to rumors. The Cupertino company could opt for a no-frills launch for several of its products in the weeks and months to come. Hard to say.