Apple may announce WWDC 2021 data at any time. As I detailed earlier, the company announces when its World Developer Conference will take place every year. This year, we expect iOS 15, watchOS 8 and much more …
Last year, Apple delayed WWDC by a few weeks. Instead of being at the beginning of June, it was closer to the end of the month. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the event, for the first time, took place entirely online.
For WWDC 2021 we still don’t know for sure how Apple will handle the events in person and if they will happen, but what we can expect at WWDC 2021 are new operating systems for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV will be revealed .
For this year, we will probably see the presentations of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS 12, watchOS 8 and tvOS 15.
We don’t know much about these updates yet, but some of the things on my wish list include:
- iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 should receive a new interface update. The app’s icons should look closer to those on macOS Big Sur, with Apple changing the flat design to a neo-skeuomorphism style.
- For watchOS 8, our colleague Parker Ortolani gave us some ideas on what to expect here. As we always receive watchOS updates, expect more clock faces, exercises, and an even stronger Apple maps with an improved Siri.
- For macOS 12, we should have a more focused operating system on Apple Silicon Macs, but I just hope to have a more stable version of the software, as happened with macOS High Sierra.
- Finally, for tvOS 15, yes, you got it: new live wallpapers. Besides, who knows what to expect. Some possibilities include improved integration with HomeKit, new changes to HomePod and that’s probably it.
Of course, the moment Apple announces WWDC 2021 and keynote happens, we’ll see a lot of new things. We were also able to see some new hardware as the Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR were introduced at WWDC 2019.
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