Apple has officially revealed the program for the Worldwide Developers Conference 2022. The annual conference is set to include a keynote as well as a Platforms State of the Union. The event is set to give developers a chance to share and learn from Apple's key leaders.
WWDC22 is slated to be free for all developers and designers looking to explore the newest technologies, frameworks and tools that are arriving to iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. The week-long conference allows developers from different facets to join in converations with Apple engineers and developers to receive guidance on building their own projects including apps and games.
The event kicks off on June 6 with a Apple Keynote which will provide a first look at this year's upcoming updates for the some of the tech giant's platforms. The keynote address will be made available across a series of on-demand playback platforms including on apple.com, the Apple Developer app, the Apple TV app, and YouTube after the livestream. Later on, a Platforms State of the Union will give developers the opportunity to utilize innovative technologies and tools to take their projects to the next level. Follow the state of the union, the Apple Design Awards will round of the first day to celebrate and recognize the creative and technical expertise that Apple developers have brought to their work.
The conference aims to bring together growing developers with industry experts in over 150 in-depth videos featuring advice from Apple experts. WWDC22 begins on June 6 at 10 a.m. PDT and starting on June 7, session videos will be posted online daily at the Apple Developer app and the website.
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