Apple’s WWDC will happen from June 7 to 11!

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference will happen from June 7 to 11 and like last year, will happen online. On the 1st day, as a part of a keynote with previews of Apple’s next, operating systems likely TVOS 15, WatchOS 8, macOS 12, iPadOS 15, and iOS 15, the biggest WWDC news is expected to happen. Hardware news can also be there like new “pro” Macs and a follow-up to Apple’s M1 chip.

WWDC will show off previews for the next operating systems for iPhone, Mac, and other Apple devices and with the help of Apple engineers give software developers early access to explore new features. The company’s announcement for WWDC came with a picture in which an animation of a Memoji character is shown looking at an opened MacBook after Apple’s November event for Macs image is a nod to memes that popped up. In that event, Craig Federighi, Senior Vice President of Software Engineering showed off how Macs with the M1 chip can instantly wake up.


The tagline for WWDC 2021 is Glow and behold. It could be like the Memoji is wearing glasses with a reflection of software elements to be a tease for the heavily rumored Apple AR Glasses or maybe the photo with its animation is just a nod to new macOS features and its dock or is a reference to the headlights on the rumored Apple car.
In the history of WWDC, new hardware announcements have a consistently inconsistent. In recent years, the company has shared a major revamp of several key products and teased upcoming Mac hardware. The next iPhone will not be launched in this event, but chances are there that a new version of the iPhone’s operating system likely called iPadOS 15 and iOS 15 could be revealed.

As per rumors iOS 15 new modification setting will be there based on the user’s current activity, more customization, and interactions for widgets and new iMessage features. iPadOS 15 could add widgets and home screen customizations.