Apple today announced that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held online from June 6 to 10 and that all developers are welcome to participate. WWDC22 will feature the newest advancements in iphone ios 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16, [apple tv] while offering developers access to Apple experts and technologies to learn how to create revolutionary applications and interactive experiences, building on the success of the last two years of virtual events.
Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations and Enterprise and Education Marketing, remarked, “At its heart, apple wwdc has always been a venue to make connections and develop community.” “In that spirit, WWDC22 brings together developers from all around the world to discuss how to bring their finest ideas to life and push the boundaries of what’s possible. We like meeting with our developers, and we hope that everyone who attends feels inspired as a result of their participation.”
Apple goods are now more than ever a part of people’s daily lives, assisting them in learning, creating, and connecting. Apple’s growing worldwide community of over 30 million developers will get insight and access to the technologies and tools they need to make their ambitions a reality at WWDC22. This year’s schedule will include additional information sessions, cutting-edge learning laboratories, digital lounges to connect with guests, and localised material to make WWDC22 a truly global event, in addition to the news delivered during the keynote and State of the Union speeches.
In addition to the online conference, Apple will offer a special day at Apple Park on June 6 for developers and students to view the keynote and State of the Union movies alongside the online community. There will be a limited number of spots available, and information on how to apply will be available soon on the Apple Developer site and app.
Apple’s Swift Student Challenge will help kids who enjoy coding for the third year. Swift Playgrounds is a game-changing iPad and Mac software that makes learning the Swift programming language interactive and enjoyable. Students from all around the world are welcome to participate in this year’s challenge by creating a Swift Playgrounds app project on a theme of their choice. They have until April 25 to submit their work. Visit the Swift Student Challenge website for additional information.
Through its annual WWDC student programme, Apple is happy to encourage and foster the next generation of creators. Thousands of students have refined their abilities and interacted with other programmers of various ages over the last three decades. They’ve gone on to have long and fruitful careers in technology, started venture-backed firms, and founded NGOs dedicated to leveraging technology to improve the world.
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