Apple announced on Tuesday that its annual developers conference will be held on June 7. Like last year, it’ll be online-only due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The event runs through June 11 and is free for developers to attend.
WWDC, as the event is known, is where Apple typically unveils its new iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and Mac software. It sometimes uses the events to introduce new hardware products, too, especially those that will take advantage of the new software features.
The event is focused around developers who build apps for Apple’s products. However, it’s often the first time the public gets a sneak peek at new features coming to their devices. Typically, the software announced in June is released in beta form before final launch in the fall.
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