Apple's WWDC 2022 keynote set for June 6 - what to expect

Apple’s WWDC 2022 keynote set for June 6 – what to expect

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The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, known as WWDC, will take place on June 6 with a keynote set at 10AM PT/1PM ET. The event is for developers, but the rest of the world will be set as Apple reveals the latest versions of iOS, macOS, and iPadOS and possibly releases new hardware for the first time.

As in the past few years, Apple will hold WWDC as a virtual, online event, free to all developers to stream from June 6 to June 10 from the comfort of their homes. The keynote – the focal point for Apple fans – will be streamed online for all to see, and this year, a few lucky developers will be in attendance. As the big day approachesLet’s take a look at everything Apple is expected to announce at the upcoming WWDC event.

How to watch the WWDC 2022 keynote

First, the date and time of your calendars. Apple’s keynote will be held on June 6 at 10AM PT / 1PM ET. Likely to be streamed on Apple website and responsible Apple YouTube channel. You can keep it Apple event page reference, It is usually updated with additional information and a link to add the event to your calendars.

What to expect at WWDC 2022

If there’s one thing we know for sureAnd Apple will reveal updates for iOS 16. The company will reportedly showcase new Health app features and first-time updates to iPhone notifications, according to Bloomberg Mark Gorman. Just don’t expect a complete UI redesign.

Gurman says “there have to be big changes across the system” and “new ways to interact” with iOS. He also said that there will be updates to Apple’s apps, though he didn’t mention any specifically. Other leakers claim that iOS will add a crash detection system and a larger widget interface. For iPad owners, iPadOS is said to get more multitasking features and can even get a “Professional” mode.

else event highlights likely to include watchOS 9, macOS 13, and tvOS 16 – Updates for the operating systems running Apple Watch, Macs, and Apple TV, respectively. While the upcoming changes to macOS 13 are still a mystery, watchOS could lay the foundations for what’s to come Body temperature tracking feature.

There’s also some grumbling from Apple revealing rOS, or RealityOS, the software that’s set to be the basis of Apple’s upcoming virtual and augmented reality efforts. Apple will need to get its AR/VR system in the hands of developers long before the hardware arrives, So that apps wait in the wings as soon as the first headphones hit the market. Could WWDC 2022 be the moment we see Apple step into this emerging space? Probably. Even if it doesn’t, we should hear some references to the Mixed Reality headset in iOS 16.

Even more exciting are the new devices that are likely to debut at WWDC. If we get new products, it will probably be in the Mac family. While no new hardware has been announced at the past two events, WWDC 2020 gave us Apple’s intentions to move from Intel processors to its own M1 processors. Before that, Apple announced the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR, and in 2017 it revealed the iMac Pro, Along with iMac, MacBook and MacBook Pro updates.

There is a chance, somewhat significant, that WWDC 2022 will be a software-only event. If we get new hardware, it will likely come in the form of the new MacBook Air or MacBook Pro 13. We also expect (sometime this year) an update to the iMac and Mac mini running on the M2 chip. Those who skipped the studio monitor to save money for a more expensive monitor might get a chance to spend big on the rumored 7K Pro Display XDR refresh.

Apple has done a good job of keeping things under wraps in preparation for WWDC, which makes this event well worth following. You never know, there can always be “something else” unexpected.

2022-05-24 18:50:00

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