Apple WWDC 2021 has posted its YouTube live stream placeholder in preparation for the launch of the festivities on Monday, June 7, to feature the Keynote speech of the event. It is another year where people would stay at home and watch this online event from the company’s live stream, as the pandemic still ceases to exist today.
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Apple CEO Steve Jobs watches a video of the new iPhone 3G as he delivers the keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Web Developers Conference June 9, 2008 in San Francisco, California. Jobs kicked off the 2008 WWDC conference with a keynote where he announced an upgraded version of the popular iPhone called the iPhone 3G.
People last year we’re expecting the pandemic to be over by now, but unfortunately, vaccine drives have not yet completed their availability to most adults, with only less than half of the US population receiving full dosage. And because of that, face-to-face or actual events that would take place, for now, would have to be in observance of proper health protocols.
Last year’s WWDC 2020 was the first to be held in a virtual setup, especially as the case of COVID-19 has grown drastically, and that certain health protocols from the CDC have hindered its festivities. Well, the world would still have to wait for the reopening of Apple’s campus in Cupertino to hold the WWDC in person, hopefully having it by next year.
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Apple WWDC 2021 Sees YouTube Live Placeholder
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Apple’s official YouTube page may not have a lot of videos posted on its account, but it certainly brings a great deal of excitement, especially with the live streams it has posted in the recent year. 2020 has still brought the public a lot to look forward to, especially with the back-to-back releases of Apple on its September, October, and November events that debuted new tech.
While WWDC or Worldwide Developers’ Conference is more of a showcase on the technology and software of the company, people are expecting a lot of news for upcoming devices of the company. Certain software is in question for WWDC 2021, including the likes of the iOS 15, macOS 12, iPadOS 15, and many more.
The new software releases or discussions for WWDC would also make a way in debuting new tech for the Cupertino giant, as it would contain a lot of new information which could spark speculations for the company. However, these devices would either be a hit or miss, especially as Apple rarely confirms new tech in WWDC.
Where to Watch WWDC 2021?
Interested fans and developers may watch the Apple WWDC 2021 on June 7 as it kicks off via the Apple landing page for the event, or via Apple’s official YouTube page which already holds a live stream placeholder.
For more information on the scheduling and lineup including the Keynote speech or the Apple Design awards, and others, head on to our article about what to expect on this year’s WWDC 2021.
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