Apple has begun planning for its annual conference for developers, WWDC 2022, which will take place in a few weeks.
The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference allows Apple executives to showcase the next-generation operating systems for all its iPhones and iPads.
A new report claims that Apple will file for a trademark for RealityOS on June 8, which could mean we might see a tease from the Apple AR/VR headset during WWDC 2022.
RealityOS at WWDC '2022
A new report claims that Apple will file a trademark for realityOS on June 8, which could mean we could see a glimpse of the Apple AR/VR headset during WWDC 2022.
A rumor about iPadOS 16 suggests a desktop mode for the iPad (opens in a new tab) that could help iPads replace laptops.
Apple has established a time for the WWDC 2022 keynote. It will begin at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT).
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman suggests that iOS 16 may have some "major modifications."
According to a report, the MacBook Air 2022 could be launched at WWDC 2022 along with another Mac.
The Apple VR/AR headset doesn't scream for a WWDC 2020 reveal. But we do wonder how much time Apple will allow third-party app developers to prepare apps. Recent rumors suggest a 2023 release.
We don't believe we'll see the final hardware at WWDC2022. However, Apple could tease the realityOS that will run on the headset. iOS16 reportedly contains many links to Apple's AR/VR headset (opens in a new tab).
We also learned that Apple could file for a trademark for reality on June 8, just two days after WWDC2022 starts. Apple might give us a preview of its AR/VR headset.
WWDC 2022: Date
WWDC 2022 begins on June 6th and ends on June 10. On June 6, the annual keynote and State of the Union videos are scheduled to debut. The State of the Union videos will debut on June 6. While the keynote is the most public-facing, the State of the Union video is more targeted at developers.
The WWDC2022 keynote time was set. It will begin at 1 PM ET (10 AM PT/6 PM GMT) on June 6. Apple will stream the event via its WWDC website, as well as its YouTube channel and its Apple TV app.
The above keynote invitation features five silhouettes in the colors of the Apple logo and the words "Swiftly Approaching." This is a riff on the Swift programming language that developers use to create things for Apple's various software programs. The Apple Design Awards will also go to winners during WWDC 2022.