The 2022 Worldwide Developers Conference will be held between June 6 and June 10 and will be streamed live online, according to Apple.
There will be limited in-person attendance, according to GSM Arena. Although the inaugural address will be pre-recorded, Apple Park at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino will be open to a select group of developers.
The developers will be able to watch the keynote with Apple’s engineers and designers. The select few applied using an online form in the early days of the week, and invites are now being sent out.
According to the report, all guests must “meet Apple’s health and safety protocols,” which requires a negative COVID-19 test. Masks are, however, optional. They will be given a tour of the new Developer Center at Apple Park once they have arrived.
At the next WWDC 2022, Apple is likely to reveal new versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. According to reports, Apple is working on iOS 16 and macOS 13. New redesigned app icons for Apple apps, camera app upgrades, new widgets, and enhanced themes are all expected in iOS 16.
iPhones released after the iPhone 6s are claimed to be eligible for the update. Meanwhile, iPadOS 16 is said to have floating app windows, new widgets, and compatibility for video editing software like Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro, and Xcode.
According to recent rumours, Apple may potentially unveil new hardware at the event. Apple is reported to be working on a new Mac Pro with Apple silicon. This product is most likely to be announced at WWDC 2022. A 40-core CPU and a 128-core GPU are expected to be included in the upcoming smaller Mac Pro. Apple is also likely to release a new iMac Pro with a larger screen, as well as a new Mac mini model.