Apple is about to carry WWDC, the annual software event that sees update to all of its products.
That may include iOS 16, a serious update to the iPhone’s operating system that’s rumoured to be bringing a big redesign in addition to recent health and notifications features.
But all of Apple’s products are prone to see recent additions, from the smallest Apple Watch to the most important Mac.
Apple could also launch recent hardware, too. While the annual event is often devoted primarily to recent Apple software, it has previously used it to disclose recent Macs and other products.
All will likely be revealed in a web-based stream that may begin at 10am local pacific time, or 6pm within the UK. And that event – in addition to any fallout, secret features or other news – will likely be covered comprehensively here.
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Apple’s mysterious recent ‘Developer Center’ finally revealed
There’s been some minor speculation about what exactly Apple’s “Developer Center” is – it was first mentioned during its court hearings against Epic, and has been mentioned since. Now, developers have been allowed in ahead of WWDC, and we’ve had a probability to see what it’s.
It appears to be a kind of Apple themed office for developers to enter. Not clear what the long-term plan for it’s.
The context here is that Apple has had a little bit of a tricky time with developers recently. The Epic case and the continued fights in regards to the App Store have led to some complaining that Apple overlooks their contribution to creating things just like the iPhone so popular. So the brand new constructing is presumably geared toward easing a few of that.
Andrew Griffin6 June 2022 12:53
Apple Store goes down ahead of event
The Apple Store has gone down. That’s normal, when Apple is introducing recent products – it seems to need to take it offline so as to add them to the web site – but isn’t all the time normal ahead of WWDC.
Indeed, the Apple Store doesn’t normally go down ahead of WWDcs, and hasn’t for five years. Back then, there have been a whole lot of recent pieces of hardware.
So does this mean that Apple is about to announce at the least one recent hardware product, which will likely be available to order soon enough that it must be added to the web site now? Probably!
Andrew Griffin6 June 2022 12:49
Hello and welcome…
… to The Independent’s live coverage of WWDC 2022, which can begin later today.
Andrew Griffin6 June 2022 11:31