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Apple today officially announced the lineup for its Worldwide Developers Conference in June, which will kick off with the traditional keynote at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time on Monday, June 7.

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The keynote will be streamed directly from Apple Park. Developers and Apple users will be able to watch on Apple.com, the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website, the Apple TV app, and YouTube. The remainder of WWDC will include the usual Platforms State of the Union following the keynote, as well as the Apple Design Awards on June 10 and an array of other sessions throughout the week.

WWDC will feature over 200 sessions and labs, with over 1,000 Apple experts on hand for consultation with developers.

Apple is also launching a new Pavilions features for WWDC 2021, which will make it easy for developers to plan and organize their conference experience around topics like SwiftUI, Developer Tools, Accessibility & Inclusion, and more.

Article Link: Apple Shares WWDC 2021 Schedule, Keynote Takes Place June 7 at 10:00 a.m PT
 
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DesertDrummer

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Looking forward to it! Last year’s WWDC was the best! I hope that Apple continues doing it this way going forward.

I agree. The pandemic-induced format actually made for a much better viewing/reviewing experience and therefore raised the educational value, though from a purely psychological perspective, I did miss some of the audience interaction aspects.
 

mithion

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Can't believe WWDC is already here. I feel like Big Sur was just released. Haven't heard to many rumors about the new version so it'll be interesting to see what new feature's they will include.
 

DesertDrummer

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So, I did discover one rather clever joke embedded by Apple's artist in this image. Seriously! If you look at the code reflected in the glasses of the lady on the left, you can see three "print" statements, each of which is referencing a Unicode character by its value. These are:

1F374
1F634
1F4BB

Those represent, in order, these emojis:
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Get it? "Eat, Sleep, Code"!
 
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