Apple marks June 7 for the launch of the Worldwide Developers Conference


Apple has set June 7 to launch the Worldwide Developers Conference, and the event will continue until June 10.

The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference will start next month for a period of three days, provided that the event will be held entirely on the Internet.

The first day of the event is scheduled to occupy most of Apple's announcements, as Apple gives its keynote speech on the first day, and Apple also reveals the upcoming developments in the company's systems iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS, and Apple is also expected to unveil new versions of Devices.

It is also expected that developers will interact with Apple engineers in sessions during which new features in the software interface of some applications will be discussed. Developers will also be able to request individual consultations from the Apple team starting from June 8th.

It is noteworthy that the videos of the conference activities are posted daily on the Apple Developer application and also the official Apple Developer website, and registered developers are also allowed to join the conference free of charge.


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