Apple’s Online WWDC-2021 will start on 7th June
On 24th May Apple announced the lineup for their Worldwide Developers Conference, including keynote and Platforms State of the Union timing. Apple’s WWDC-21 keynote will kick off on 7th June as invites have been sent to the media, confirming the start of the program at 10 am PDT. Like previous year, this year’s WWDC will again be online and it will be free for all developers across 227 regions around the globe.
Not many details have been revealed but the image displayed on the blog gives a little hint about the upcoming WWDC. The reflection shown in the spectacles of one of the figures shows that the WWDC-2021 will be about the newest versions of its operating systems including iOS, macOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS. It is unclear whether Apple will unveil any new hardware or not. Looks like the focus of WWDC-21 will be mainly software.