Apple WWDC 2022: Apple’s annual developer conference has been scheduled for June. The iPhone manufacturer revealed on Tuesday that it would convene its Worldwide Developers Conference from June 6 to 10, during which it will show off new versions of iOS, iPadOS, WatchOS, MacOS, and other software. The business might potentially reveal new hardware, such as the much-anticipated, freshly redesigned Mac Pro performance desktop.

Despite the fact that Apple’s summer developer conference isn’t as well-attended as its iPhone releases in the autumn, WWDC attracts over 5,000 people to Silicon Valley for a week of announcements, coding marathons, and gatherings. In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, Apple has hosted its event exclusively online for the past two years.

As the firm prepares for another year loaded with the predicted iPhone 14, new iPad Pros, and Apple Watch Series 8, Apple stated it wants to remain with the online approach this year, allowing free access to all developers. At its Apple Park offices, it will host a “special day for developers and students” to view the keynote speech videos “together, together with the internet community.” Apple has stated that there would be a limited amount of space available.

In a statement, Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations and Enterprise and Education Marketing, stated, “WWDC22 welcomes developers from across the globe to join together to explore how to bring their finest ideas to life and push the limit of what’s possible.”

“We hope all of our participants come away feeling energized by their experience.”

Apple is anticipated to demonstrate improvements to its iOS 16 and WatchOS 9 software, both of which are slated to be launched later this year. The corporation is also putting the closing touches on a plan to replace Intel’s microprocessing brains in its computers with technology developed by its own in-house teams, who also create processors for its iPhones, iPads, and other gadgets.

Apple’s changes have been favorably greeted by its customers, who helped propel the company’s Christmas sales to a new high of $123.94 billion last year. The iPhone has been a big part of Apple’s success, but the company’s freshly updated laptops and iPads have also inspired record-breaking demand, according to the company’s executives.

During a conference call in January, Apple CEO Tim Cook noted, “Customer satisfaction is off the charts.”

Apple’s developer conference will follow Google’s I/O 2022, which will be hosted in part in person on May 11 and 12, and Microsoft’s Build, which will also be conducted online from May 24 to 26.

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