Apple's WWDC22 invitations are expected to be issued next week, last year at the end of March

After the new product launch in the spring, Apple's next event will be the Summer Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), where a new operating system will be announced. For this year's Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, some foreign media reported that the invitation letter is expected to be released next week, and it is still expected to be held in June.

This year's developer conference will be Apple's 33rd Worldwide Developers Conference. The developer conferences in previous years were usually held at the McEnley Convention Center in San Jose, California, but starting in 2020, Apple’s developer conferences and conferences will be held online. This year’s global developer conference The conference is also expected to be difficult to hold offline.

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is a grand event for Apple's application developers, where Apple mainly announces the operating systems of its major product lines. Announced this year, it is expected to be iOS 16, iPad OS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9. But Apple may also launch new hardware products at the conference. At the 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple launched the iMac Pro and smart speaker HomePod.

Last year's invitations to Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, which was released on March 30, took place from June 7-11 and announced iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8.

As for when Apple's Global Developers Conference will be held this year, and whether it will be held offline, it will be announced after the invitation letter is issued.

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