The most awaited Apple WWDC 2022 developer conference, WWDC, will take place in San Jose from June 6 to June 10, with a keynote on June 6 where iOS 16 and macOS 13 are expected to be introduced, among other things. Recently, Apple released ios 15.4.1 to help its users get rid of the battery drain bug.
Just like with previous years, the event will be entirely remote, with the keynote streaming on June 6 and developer sessions hosted remotely throughout the week.
Apple usually holds a conference where new versions of iOS, Mac OS, iPad OS, and other software are always shown. Moreover, last year’s iPadOS 15 brought widgets to the tablet, iOS 15, watchOS, and macOS all got the productivity-boosting Focus update.
How to Take Part in Apple WWDC 2022 Online?
Despite moving online-only in the last two years, the sessions have always been a valuable resource for developers. Considering that WWDC is a week-long event.
However, in a press release, Apple has said that it will be hosting an offline event for developers and students at Apple Park on June 6, meaning this year’s event will not be entirely online as in previous years.
The first place to look, though, would be Apple’s Developer app. This will allow you to see which events you can keep track of, as well as download certain sessions to watch at a time that is more convenient for you.
In addition, if you’re a software developer, see if you can engage in community meetings to discuss features and ideas for your apps before the next versions of iOS and macOS are announced.
While we expect Apple to unveil new products on June 6, we’ll be covering all the company has to say. So stay tuned and bookmark the page so that you can get the latest development to Apple’s WWDC 2022 update.