Apple will hold an online presentation of WWDC from June 7 to June 11 — it will present new versions of the OS

The conference is being held online for the second year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The event will last for four days from 7 to 11 June. During it, Apple will traditionally present new versions of the operating systems iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS.
As noted by Susan Prescott, vice president of global Developer Relations, Apple is committed to making WWDC 2021 the company’s largest conference. As in 2020, the panels at the conference will run in parallel, and in addition to the announcements of new systems, developers will be able to access personal communication sessions with Apple engineers.
In 2020, Apple hosted the WWDC conference in an online format for the first time due to the pandemic. Before that, participation in the event was paid, and developers were invited to the company’s headquarters.
A distinctive feature of WWDC 2020 was the unconventional presentation of the company. Instead of the usual event, Apple made a movie about the announcements with seamless and dynamic transitions between locations and presenters. In addition to iOS, the company then also announced the transition to its own processors in the Mac.

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