The dates for the 2022 WWDC have been confirmed by Apple. The event will take place from June 6 to June 10. Apple will continue to hold this event online due to the epidemic’s impact.
Apple’s annual WWDC event is when the company unveils the latest versions of its operating system. Apple’s focus this year will be on iOS 16, tvOS 16, macOS 13, and watchOS 9. After that, these versions will be evaluated, allowing users to try them out before they are formally released this fall.
Susan Prescott, Apple’s VP of Developer Relations, Corporate Marketing, and Worldwide Education, said, “At its core, WWDC has always been a venue for networking and community building.” In that spirit, WWDC 2022 invites developers from around the world to join us in learning how to make their visions a reality.”
Some hardware devices might make an appearance at WWDC 2022 as well. Apple could release some computer models using M-series CPUs in May or June, according to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman.