Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) was announced last month and kicks off this coming Monday, June 6.
The week-long event is fully virtual once again this year, meaning anyone around the world can tune in to its various sessions and announcements.
But nothing is bigger than WWDC’s opening keynote speech, in which Apple typically reveals its upcoming software updates to the world. This year, we’ll get the first look at iOS 16, plus the latest iterations of iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS.
Rumors are swirling that we’ll see some new Apple hardware revealed at WWDC this year, too. There’s precedent for that, and some product lines are due a refresh, but it’s certainly not a given.
Regardless, there’s going to be plenty to sink our collective teeth into on Monday. Like the iPhone reveals in September, the opening video is a good watch even if you’re not an app developer.
How to watch
If you want to follow along live, you’ll need to tune into Apple’s WWDC stream at 10 am PDT on June 6. (That’s 6 pm BST for you Brits out there.)
If you miss the stream, or aren’t interested in watching the whole thing, rest assured we’ll be posting all the details to our news feed in the coming days. Stay tuned!