Apple WWDC Starting June 7, IOS 15 Intro Expected

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May was an important month for Android fans due to Google’s I/O conference. Plans for Android 12 were announced as well as many novelties for the coming next iteration of Android. Google also revealed its plans for WearOS and other related technologies. 

Now, we’re glad to announce that the Apple fanbase will not have to wait more time to discover what Apple has in the oven cooking for its operating systems. Apple announced today that the Worldwide Developers Conference (Apple WWDC 2021) will start on June 7 and conclude three days later on June 10. Due to the COVID-19 concerns, the company will repeat the online-only concept that was adopted last year.

While this will be a three-day event, probably the first day is to be the busiest. Usually on this day is when the company holds its keynote and announces upcoming new developments for its Operating Systems. We can expect the announcement of iOS 15, iPad OS 15, and the new versions of macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. 

For people interested in participating in the keynote, it will be available to stream from , through the Apple Developer app, the Apple TV app on supported platforms, and YouTube. 

Apple will also be holding its in-depth sessions and labs for developers. These let developers talk directly with Apple engineers allowing them to clear any doubts or confusion they might have about the platform. 

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