Apple finally confirmed that there would be a WWDC 2021 event this coming June 7 until June 11. Once it happens, the new event could unveil the upcoming iOS 15, macOS 12, watchOS 8, and other new products. 

Apple Confirms WWDC 2021: iOS 15, WatchOS 8, iPadOS 15, and More
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Apple CEO Steve Jobs delivers the keynote address at the 2004 Worldwide Developers Conference June 28, 2004 in San Francisco, California. Jobs announced the 2005 release of OSX Tiger and a new line of flat panel cinema displays including the first 30-inch model designed for the personal computer.

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According to 9to5Mac, the new event will be the tech giant manufacturer's second virtual Worldwide Developers Conference. The great thing about this is that it is free for everyone to watch.

To help you further, here are other things you need to expect: 

Apple WWDC 2021's possible details

The previous WWDC 2020 attracted more than 20 million viewers from all of Apple's streams. This previous event offered 72-hour video content for developers, meaning that the upcoming WWDC 2021 will is also likely attract a lot of viewers. 

"We love bringing our developers together each year at WWDC to learn about our latest technologies and to connect them with Apple engineers," said Susan Prescott, the company's World Developer Relations and Enterprise and Education marketing vice president, via Apple Insider

She added that they are making extreme efforts to make the new WWDC 2021 into the company's biggest event. 

Things to expect

  • A free all-online program with exciting sessions, announcements, and labs
  • Participants will have a first look at the company's latest tools, technologies, and platforms. 
  • WWDC21 will offer unique insights into upcoming macOS, WatchOS, iPadOS, and tvOS versions. 
  • Apple's new mixed-reality headset could also be unveiled.  

For more news updates about Apple and its upcoming WWDC events, always keep your tabs open here at TechTimes. 

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