Apple finally announced its annual WWDC for this year. The event is happening the week of June 7th with an all-online format like last year’s event. This year’s artwork is of a Memoji staring into a MacBook with aw, just like how during the unveiling of the M1-powered Macs, Craig Fegerighi stared into the display of a MacBook after opening its lid.
iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, macOS 12, and tvOS 15
Since WWDC is a developer focused event, we expect to see Apple showcase iOS 15 and its derivatives. Apple will continue to polish features like Privacy, FaceTime, iMessage, Apple Arcade, Augmented Reality and developers tools.
What do we expect to see for the rest of 2021? Dive in below.
Roundup: What’s coming in 2021
iMac powered by Apple Silicon
14 & 16-inch MacBook Pro powered by Apple Silicon
Mac Pro powered by Apple Silicon
Next-Gen iPad Pro to rival M1-powered Macs
Next-Gen Apple TV with bigger focus on gaming
Concept renderings provided by Modality
The rest of what is expected
There are a number of other devices expected sometime in 2021, namely we expect to see AirTags finally make their appearance