Apple Announced “Call to Code” WWDC22 Keynote

Today, Apple officially announced this Worldwide Developer Conference 2022 with the “Call to Code” event name to reveal its new operating systems and technologies.

The WWDC22 “Call to Code” event will be virtual rather than in-person as fewer previous keynotes, set to take place from June 6 to June 10, where the company will provide the first look at Apple’s latest platforms and technologies in sessions, explore the newest tools and tips, and connect with Apple experts in labs and digital lounges at no cost.

Alongside the online conference, Apple will also invite developers and students to Apple Park on June 6 to watch the keynote and State of the Union videos together. However, there will be limited invitations, and details on how to apply will be provided by the company soon.

Students with a passion for coding can express their creativity and incredible work by creating Swift Playgrounds app projects and winners will receive exclusive WWDC22 outerwear, a customized pin set, and one year of membership in the Apple Developer Program.

In the newly-announced “Call to Code” event, Apple is highly-expected to reveal the first look at its all-new operating systems and software technologies, iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, macOS Mammoth (macOS 13), and tvOS 16.

According to recent It probably includes some products announcement as well, including the Mac Pro, which is the last Mac from being transitioned to Apple Silicon, and as Apple committed in WWDC 2020 to complete this transition in two years, we may see most of the most and immensely capable hardware and software technologies in the Mac Pro.

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