The WWDC or Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2022 begins this Monday, June 6, and as it has been in recent years, it will be broadcast online so that both developers and Apple fans can follow it. Everything you need to know we tell you below.
Building on the success of the past two years of virtual events, WWDC 2022 will showcase the latest innovations in iOS, iPadOS, MacOS, watchOS and tvOS, while giving developers access to Apple engineers and technologies to learn how to build. innovative and interactive applications.
A full schedule hasn’t been released yet, but Apple promises that there will be plenty of breakout sessions that will be available to view online and through the Apple Developer App.
The opening speech (Keynote) as always, will take place at 10 am (Pacific Time), and the so-called “State of the Union” is scheduled for 2 pm (Pacific). Apple will also present its annual design awards at 5 pm PT.
If you want to see it from an iPhone, iPad or iPod, you can access the link through Safari, having an iOS 12 or later version installed. you can find it Also here.
If you’re an Apple TV user, you’ll be able to view Keynote if you have a second-generation or later model of Apple TV or tvOS.
Of course, you can follow him from any computer or operating system through his YouTube channel.
What do we expect to see at WWDC?
As usually happens in these cases, the rumors are many, although some seem quite unlikely. Being a Developers Conference, the emphasis will always be on operating systems and application development, and don’t get your hopes up about any device… Or maybe you should.
Many rumors indicate that we could see a new MacBook Air equipped with an M2 chip and, therefore, announce the transition from M1 to M2 processors in future devices. We could also see a new updated Mac Pro with the new Pro Display XDR screen, and even get a preview of the expected realityOS mixed reality headset, although many rumors also indicate that these headsets would not reach the general public before 2023.
Check in detail everything we hope to know at WWDC 2022.