WWDC 2022: Dates and events for the upcoming developer conference are confirmed by Apple
Apple has now prompted those who plan to attend its annual worldwide developer's conference (or WWDC) to start preparing for a host of informational seminars, labs and virtual meeting spaces all available through their screens, as they were in 2021.
Yes, the Cupertino giant has determined that its showcase, which, as it asserts, will be of interest to about 30 million developers worldwide, will be all-online again. Nevertheless, there will be an extra added opportunity for some to form part of a limited in-person crowd to watch the keynote and State of the Union address live in Apple Park on WWDC's opening day this year.
Those interested in actually traveling to and being present in this part of the event will have to apply to do so via Apple's Developer's Website. The conference's presentations on the "latest innovations" in the company's software, including tvOS as well as macOS, iPadOS, iOS and watchOS, will of course be available everywhere via streaming in any case.
Apple also plans to make the results of a third-gen Swift Student Challenge part of WWDC 2022, which will take the form of presenting an app project made using Playgrounds on iPadOS or macOS this year. The conference will, as it often does, take place as the second half of the year starts, running from June 6 to 10 this year.