According to a post by the company itself on its official website, WWDC 2021 will have its opening keynote on June 7, at 14 pm (Brasília time). The transmission can be followed via the official website, YouTube, through the Apple Developer application or through an Apple TV and will include, among other things, news about iOS 15 - expected to arrive in the second half of the year -, in addition to information about the WATCH 8, tvOS 15 and MacOS 12.
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At 18 pm on the same day, WWDC 2021 will broadcast the “Platforms State of the Union” keynote, which, like the opening keynote, will be free and free for everyone. The difference, however, is that this keynote can only be seen through the Apple Developer application or through the company's official website.
On June 10, also at 18 pm, Apple will broadcast the Apple Design Awards, an award that, in the company's own words, will “celebrate digital art, the skill and technical achievements of Apple developers”. Again, this presentation is open to the public, but only accessible via the Apple Developer application or on the Cupertino company's developers page.
Other varied attractions include one-on-one sessions with Apple experts, specific presentations (about 200 of them) and other interactions with developers and engineers. However, Apple did not offer many details about this part.
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