Dates of the Apple WWDC 2021 developer conference

Apple has shared with the public the dates on which it will hold the WWDC 2021 developer conference. The event, which will be held in a digital environment like last year, will start on June 7th and end on June 11th.

Apple has not made a predictably clear statement as to what it will announce at WWDC 2021. However, the picture prepared to announce the date of the event may provide a clue. The figure shows a Memoji character with glasses. You can also see the screen of the laptop in the glasses. Goggles in the foreground: “Wonder if Apple is going to announce the much talked about AR / VR glasses?” comes the question.

“We’re working to make WWDC21 our biggest and best event yet,” said Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Global Developer Affairs. We are excited to provide tools that allow Apple developers to create new apps that can change our lives, fun, and work.

Apple often shares initial information on new iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS versions at WWDC. In addition, new product announcements are made from time to time. The company spent a significant portion of WWDC using Apple Silicon processors in Macs last year. Apple is expected to share new information on this issue as the transition process is still ongoing.

New products do not appear at a developer conference. However, it should be remembered once again that Apple has provided surprises in this direction in the past. The company announced its new Mac Pro at WWDC 2019; In 2017, it announced the HomePod smart speaker, updated iMac desktops, and 10.5-inch iPad Pro.

Apple WWDC 2021 isn’t the only event going online this year. Facebook’s F8 developer conference will also be held digitally this year. The event takes place on June 2.

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