What to Expect from WWDC21

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is just around the corner, and we’re expecting some big announcements from the tech giant. Here’s what we’re hoping to see from WWDC21.

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This year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held June 7-11 in San Jose, California.

As always, the conference will be packed with announcements from Apple about the future of its various operating systems, including iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. Here’s a rundown of what we expect to see announced at WWDC21.


In past years, the WWDC Keynote has been held on the first day of the conference. This year, it will be on Monday, June 7th at 10 a.m. Pacific Time. The keynote is typically used to announce new versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. Apple may also use the occasion to introduce new hardware, such as updated MacBooks and iMacs, or new versions of the iPhone and iPad. There have also been rumors that Apple will announce its own Arm-based Mac at WWDC21, so we’ll be sure to keep an eye out for that.

New Features

Apple is expected to announce a plethora of new features and updates for its various operating systems at WWDC21. Here are some of the most anticipated announcements:

iOS 15
-A new design for the Home Screen
-Expanded support for widgets
-New features for Messages, including the ability to pin conversations
-A notification summary feature called “Focus”
-An updated Photos app
-New Health features, including the ability to track COVID-19 vaccination status

iPadOS 15
-A new “Shelf” feature that allows users to pin their favorite apps and documents for quick access
-improvements apple pencil and iPad Pro hardware
-An updated Safari browser with a new tab design and improved privacy features

macOS 12 (Monterey)
-Universal Control, a new feature that allows users to control multiple Macs with one mouse and keyboard
-AirPlay to Mac, which will allow users to wirelessly stream audio and video from their iPhone or iPad to their Mac’s speakers and screen
-Shortcuts, a new app that will allow users to automate common tasks on their Mac


Apple’s WWDC is one of the most important developer conferences of the year. It is where Apple reveals new features and changes coming to its operating systems, and developers get to learn how to take advantage of them in their apps. This year’s WWDC will be no different, and we expect Apple to reveal a lot of new things.

Here’s what we expect from WWDC21:

– New versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS
– New hardware, including the rumoured MacBook Pro with Mini-LED display
– Privacy updates in iOS 15
– A focus on AR and VR with new frameworks and APIs
– Improved Siri functionality
– Support for the new M1 chip in macOS Monterey

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