Where to watch the event, what to expect, and more on iOS 16, macOS 13, AR/VR

Today is the first day of Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2022, which will last until June 10th. The keynote will begin at 10.30 p.m. IST (10 a.m. PST) and will be streamed live online only. Since the pandemic began in 2020, this has been the reality. The keynote will be broadcast live on the Apple website, Apple TV+ app, and Apple’s YouTube channel.

WWDC is mostly concerned with software. Apple frequently displays forthcoming features and how they might be used by developers to improve their apps. Apple unveils the latest versions of iOS, iPad, watchOS, macOS, and tvOS at the event. With iOS 16, Apple is likely to enhance its own apps, including the Health app, and make some modifications to the lock screen.

What can We foresee from the occasion?

Apple’s WWDC is mostly intended to demonstrate the company’s latest developments in operating systems that power its gadgets, so expect a lot of new software announcements.

Updates for iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, and watchOS 9 are expected to take up a lot of time. Apple may also unveil new hardware at the event, with many anticipating a new MacBook Air as well as Apple’s long-rumored Mixed Reality headsets.

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