Apple updated the Apple Developer app ahead of WWDC in less than two weeks, adding new stickers to its iMessage sticker pack, SharePlay support and more ahead of the upcoming conference.
Available now for iPhone and iPad, the latest update to Apple’s Developer app features a revamped in-app search system to easily browse topics and watch development sessions, the ability to Sign up for in-app labs and upgrades before the new WWDC 22 sessions arrive throughout this year’s weeklong event.
From June 6-10, WWDC 2022 is expected to see Apple announce iOS 16, iPadOS 16, the next macOS update, watchOS 9, tvOS 16, and more.
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What will Apple be announcing at WWDC 2022?
WWDC mainly focuses on software, Apple is expected to announce iOS 16, iPadOS 16, the next macOS update, watchOS 9, tvOS 16, etc. Previous events have seen Apple unveil new hardware, such as the Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR making an appearance in 2019, so it’s possible that Apple will give us a sneak peek at new hardware, although the event is primarily for to software.
Apple began transitioning from using Intel chips in the Mac to Apple Silicon in 2020. At the time, Apple said it was entering a 2-year transition period, with only one Mac remaining for receive the M-series upgrade. With that in mind, we could see Apple announce a new M-powered Mac Pro at WWDC 2022, with the machine either launching at the event or showing off early ahead of a release to the end of the year.