WWDC 2021 starts on June 7th: how to watch the live broadcast and what to expect

Apple announced the date of the 2021 World Developer Conference (WWDC) event. The five-day event will begin at 10 am on June 7. M.PDT (10:30 PM U.S. Standard Time) will end on June 11. 

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Apple will announce its latest “software and technology” in the event’s keynote speech, and will also allow developers to participate in virtual meetings and participate. Contact an Apple engineer. In the keynote speech, the Cupertino giant is expected to release next-generation software, such as iPadOS 15, iOS 15, watchOS 8 and, macOS 12.

The main schedule of WWDC 2021, live broadcast details: 

An email has been sent containing details of the WWDC 2021 meeting, confirming that the meeting will start on June 7th, and due to the current health crisis, the meeting will be conducted completely online. The keynote speech will begin at 10 am Pacific Daylight Time (10:30 pm US Standard Time) on June 7th. 

Apple will showcase its next-generation software and possibly a new MacBook Pro product. Apple TV app for Apple.com, YouTube, and Apple TV users. Like last year, WWDC 2021 participants do not need to pay. In addition, in the five-day event, Apple will hold more than 200 in-depth training for developers to enable them to create applications for the Apple ecosystem. 

Developers will also have the opportunity to contact more than 1,000 Apple engineers on the Apple Developer Forum and get personalized guidance on the implementation of Apple technologies, UI design principles, in-app application management, storage, etc. All details about the WWDC 2021 session can be found on this dedicated page.

 WWDC 2021 expectations: 

As mentioned above, the main consideration may be that Apple has detailed the features of the next-generation software, such as iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS 12, tvOS 15, and hopefully watchOS8. It is said that iOS 15 feature notification updates, and it is reported that iPadOS 15 comes with a redesigned home screen.

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