Apple Worldwide Developers Conference is following in the footsteps of last year's event. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the annual Apple WWDC conference will be taken entirely online.
Taking place on June 7th until June 11th, the online-only conference should give us a hint at the company's upcoming products. With multiple Apple leaks out in the wild, there's a lot of promise for this event
What will be revealed at Apple WWDC 2021?
There's a lot that could be announced at WWDC 2021. Apple was previously expected to host a conference earlier this month, but those rumours have now been obviously ruled out.
However, leaks are plentiful. Apple is expected to reveal the recently leaked AirPods 3 as well as the AirTags accessory. Of course, there’s also the possibility of an all-new line of iPad devices with hardware similar to that of the M1 MacBooks.
On the mobile side, Apple is expected to reveal three new iPhones that are essentially beefed-up versions of the iPhone 12. A reduced notch, Touch ID, slightly boosted camera and a slightly enhanced chip are among the leaked improvements.
Most exciting is the possibility of the long-in-development Apple Mixed Reality Headset making an appearance. The headset is believed to have 15 camera sensors that will deliver high-quality AR experiences for the iOS ecosystem.
What else will be revealed at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference?
Apple could be announcing the new line of Apple Silicon Macs at their event in June. With leaks of an ARM-based desktop Mac in the wild, the upcoming device is certainly already being tested. Following the success of the Apple Silicon MacBooks, this would be a chance to see how far the technology can go in its early stages.
The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference is also used to showcase upcoming changes to the company's operating systems. With iOS, iPadOS and MacOS all receiving massive improvements in recent years, it's exciting to see the evolving featureset at WWDC.
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