Apple has revealed the next WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) in 2022. Beginning on June 6, the business will have its annual developer conference, which will last through June 10. It is expected that the future Apple event for programmers will be held online. In addition, we will be able to see some of the new iOS 16 capabilities introduced later this year with the iPhone 14 series and other devices.
The next Apple event will take place entirely online. Apple regularly displays the newest developments in iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. While also providing developers with access to Apple experts and technology to learn how to build applications and interactive experiences for these operating systems. Apple will demonstrate the latest versions of iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, macOS 13, tvOS 16, and other operating systems at WWDC 2022.
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Apple’s expanding worldwide development community of more than 30 million developers will “get insight and access to the technology and resources necessary to bring their ambitions to life”. According to the firm. In addition to the online event, Apple will hold a special day at Apple Park on June 6 for developers and students. According to the company, all to view the keynote or State of the Union films along with the rest of the online community.
Apple will also be supporting kids who like coding for the third year via the Swift Student Competition. Rapidly evolving, Swift Playgrounds is a groundbreaking iPad and Mac application. The one that makes studying the Swift computer language interactive and enjoyable.
Students from all around the globe are welcome to participate in this year’s challenge—all by developing a Swift Playgrounds app project on a theme of their choosing. Students have until April 25 to submit their work to the challenge organisers.
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