Like last year, Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2021, WWDC, will be all online and will take place from 7 to 21 June. The 32nd edition of the traditional annual appointment with developers will replicate the formula already successfully tested last year, will be completely free and will see the presentation, without any reasonable doubt, of the new versions of Apple operating systems. We will then see iOS15, iPadOS 15 and platforms for Mac with MacOS12, WatchOS8 and TvOS 15.
There will be the traditional thematic insights reserved for developers but the news for everyone will probably be others as well. Given the recent introduction of the M1 chip in Macs, it is foreseeable that at WWDC we will see new high-end Macbook Pros with a new iteration of Apple Silicon, the Apple Soc, dedicated to more professional users. What makes him guess is the graphics of the event, with a guy who opens a Macbook just like Craig Federighi, Vp della Mela, had done in the presentation video of the Mac M1 last year.
The recent release of the iMac Pro from Apple’s lists suggests that the new iMacs will also be seen, with an enhanced version of the M-series chip. And perhaps also the expected iPad Pro with MiniLed display and Thunderbolt port. But of course for now it’s all shrouded in mystery. As every year. And like every year, Repubblica will follow the WWDC in real time.