Apple WWDC 2021 event was announced online only

Apple announce its Worldwide Developers Conference Apple WWDC 2021, and it will be held from June 7 to June 11 this year, and it will be like last year (an online event only).

Apple’s ad is as always opaque when it comes to details, but it left a bewildering tip: It left us confused about whether memoji glasses simply show a reflection from their laptop?

Or is the company finally preparing to announce its VR headset or AR glasses? So far, nothing is completely clear.

“We are working hard to make Apple WWDC 2021 our biggest and best yet, and we are extremely excited to offer Apple developers new tools to support them in creating applications that change the way we live, work and play,” said Susan Prescott, Apple Vice President. , In a press release.

Usually, a surprise comes with WWDC projectors when Apple usually details the upcoming changes to iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS.

Where last year

it also devoted a large portion of its keynote to announcing the transition of its Mac lineup to Apple Silicon processors, so it looks likely Apple will have an update to share about its progress.

Usually, new devices tend to be less focus at the developer conference,

as Apple used WWDC 2019 as a venue to announce the new Mac Pro,

and at WWDC in 2017 it announced the HomePod smart speaker,

in addition to the updated iMac desktops, and the new iPad Pro size 10.5 inches.

And that Apple chose to hold its Worldwide Developers Conference over the Internet due to the COVID-19 events, it is still being around the world.

The F8 Developers Conference will be on Facebook hypothetically this year,

and San Diego Comic-Con has also confirmed that their physical events will not happen due to the events.

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