Weeks after announcing its annual developer’s conference, Apple has detailed the WWDC21 agenda and has officially confirmed that it will raise the curtain with a new keynote on June 7.
In addition to the keynote, we will also have the traditional ‘State of the Union’ a few hours later, an event more closed to developers so they can talk face to face with Apple engineers about the evolution of their systems and programs.
We will also have the Apple Design Awards, which are given annually to those developers with outstanding applications and games. We will know the winners of this edition on June 10.
All of this is going to be done remotely, just like last year, due to the pandemic ailments. The good news is that all developers will have free access to WWDC21 content, who will be able to watch keynotes and book conferences with developers in Apple Park conveniently from their devices. All they will have to do is download the official WWDC app and get comfortable.