New iPhone, Mac, and Watch software
Apple announced on Tuesday that its annual developer conference will begin on June 7. As with last year, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it will only take place online. The event will continue until June 11th and developers will be able to attend for free. As you know, Apple typically releases the new iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac software on the first day of WWDC. We may use these events to introduce you to new hardware products, especially those that take advantage of new software features.
The focus of this event is on developers building applications for Apple products. However, this is usually the first time the general public has peaked at new features on a device. Software released in June is typically released in beta and before the final release in the fall.
Apple announced in 2020 that it will move from Intel processors to its own internal chips. In November of that year, the company announced the first batch of computers using the M1 processor. But during WWDC 2020, showed an example of the powerful features of that new chip. We’ve also released iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, Big Sur macOS updates, and new Apple TV software for the iPhone. In 2019, Apple took advantage of this event to launch the Mac Pro, the most powerful computer ever, designed for creative professionals such as movie editors.
Recently, there have been reports of Apple announcing new hardware products before WWDC 2021. For example, the new iPad will be available in April. However, the company also plans to update iMacs and other computers with new processors. Therefore, if Apple does not launch these new products early, Apple may launch these products in June.