Apple has begun mailing out invitations to its forthcoming Worldwide Developer Conference (widely known as WWDC). This is an annual event that takes place in June, and while it is mostly for developers, it is also of importance to consumers because it is where new iOS versions are announced.
The WWDC will be held from June 6 to June 10 this year. The conference will be held online once again, and all developers will be able to join for free. Expect to learn more about the new iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS versions.
Apple claims to have a developer community of 30 million people. Along with the online conference, Apple will organize a special day for developers and students on June 6 in Apple Park, where they will be able to view the keynote and State of the Union videos with the online community. If you’re a student, you can participate in the Swift Challenge by creating a Swift Playgrounds app project on a topic of your choice and submitting it by April 25. The Source, which is linked below, has all the details.