For the third year in a row, Apple will convene its annual developer conference, WWDC. Expect significant iOS and watchOS updates, as well as maybe new Macs. In addition, several Apple employees object to the company’s strict office return policy. The date for Apple Inc.’s next major event has been set: June 6. That will be the first day of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, where the company’s key software upgrades for its main products will be unveiled.
WWDC, which will last a week, will be Apple’s third in a row. Although Covid-19 instances are on the decline and preventative rules have softened in many regions of the United States, Apple was forced to maintain the virtual trend.
WWDC Will Be Held Online For The Third Year In A Row
After all, putting up an Apple event may take months, if not years. It would be difficult for Apple to prepare both alternatives at the same time since planning an in-person keynote and in-person sessions is a whole different sport than creating an online-only affair.
Apple couldn’t afford to pick an in-person event only to have to cancel it at the last minute. The Mac lineup was in horrible shape five years ago. Apple had rebuilt the Mac Pro with a sleek but limited “trash can” exterior over three years ago, while the iMac, MacBook Air, and Mac mini had also spent years without an upgrade. Around mid-2022, or early second half, two new Macs will be released.
The new MacBook Air is anticipated to be one of them. An upgraded Mac mini and the 24-inch iMac are also in the pipeline, along with the budget-friendly MacBook Pro to substitute the outdated 13″ model. Not to mention the upcoming Mac Pro and the iMac Pro versions that are in the works.