Cupertino-based tech giant Apple has sent out the invites for its virtual Worldwide Developers Conference ( WWDC ) that will be held virtually. The invites have been sent out to the media for the keynote that will be held on June 22 at 10.30 pm IST. The event kickstarts on June 22 but will go on till June 26 for the developer community of more than 23 million. "Join us for the first all-online WWDC, kicking off on June 22 with a Special Event Keynote coming to you from Apple Park,” reads the invitation. Those interested in watching the keynote address live can tune in as it will be streamed live on apple.com, the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website, the Apple TV app, and YouTube. At this year's WWD conference, Apple is likely yo unveil the new versions of its different operating systems — iOS, iPad OS, macOS and watchOS — highlighting all the new features that will come to the iPhone , iPads, MacBook and Apple Watch series products. In a press statement that was issued last week, Apple has announced that this year's WWDC, which is incidentally the 31st year for such an event, will be… Read full this story
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