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Tim Cook greets developers at WWDC22.
Tim Cook greets developers at WWDC22.
On Monday, Apple kicked off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference with a first-of-its-kind special event held at Apple Park that welcomed developers, students, and media to a viewing of the keynote, Platforms State of the Union, and an unveiling of the all-new Apple Developer Center. Attendees also got a first look at the completely redesigned MacBook Air and the updated 13-inch MacBook Pro powered by the breakthrough M2 chip; new features coming to iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura, and watchOS 9; and the latest innovative technologies that enable developers to build their best apps on the App Store. For a complete rundown of this week’s 175+ developer sessions with Apple experts and all WWDC22 events, visit developer.apple.com.
Craig Federighi welcomes developers to WWDC22.
Craig Federighi welcomes developers to WWDC22.
Developers are greeted by WWDC22 team members as they arrive at Apple Park.
Developers are greeted by WWDC22 team members as they arrive at Apple Park.
Entrepreneur Camp developers grab a group selfie with Esther Hare, senior director of Worldwide Developer Marketing.
Entrepreneur Camp developers grab a group selfie with Esther Hare (center, back row), senior director of Worldwide Developer Marketing.
Attendees walk along the outer ring of Apple Park.
Attendees walk along the outer ring of Apple Park to watch the WWDC22 keynote.
WWDC22 attendees watch the unveiling of iOS 16 at Apple Park.
WWDC22 attendees watch the unveiling of iOS 16, the latest version of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, at Apple Park.
Attendees view the WWDC22 Keynote outside Caffè Macs at Apple Park.
Attendees view the WWDC22 keynote outside Caffè Macs at Apple Park.
Developers watch the unveiling of M2 at Apple Park.
Developers watch the unveiling of M2, beginning the next generation of Apple silicon designed specifically for the Mac, at Apple Park.
WWDC22 guest with the new MacBook Air.
Press attendees at WWDC22 check out the new MacBook Air with M2 chip at the hands-on area at Steve Jobs Theater.
Tim Cook presents the new MacBook Air in midnight to WWDC22 attendees at Steve Jobs Theater.
Tim Cook presents the new MacBook Air to the press at Steve Jobs Theater.
A WWDC22 attendee experiences the new MacBook Air in the hands-on area at Steve Jobs Theater.
A member of the press tests out the new MacBook Air in the hands-on area at Steve Jobs Theater.
WWDC22 attendee with the new MacBook Air.
A press attendee holds up the completely redesigned, ultra-thin MacBook Air at the hands-on area in Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park.
WWDC22 students watch a SwiftUI presentation.
WWDC22 students watch a SwiftUI presentation at Apple Park.
Technology evangelist Josh Tidsbury at the Apple Developer Center’s state-of-the-art broadcast studio, Big Sur.
Technology evangelist Josh Tidsbury welcomes WWDC22 guests to the Apple Developer Center’s state-of-the-art broadcast studio, Big Sur.
WWDC22 attendees at a Meet the Teams session at Apple Park.
WWDC22 attendees head to the Graphics & Games area for a Meet the Teams session at Apple Park.
An Apple engineer demos for a group of WWDC22 attendees at Apple Park.
Apple engineers host Lab sessions to discuss new APIs and SDKs unveiled during the WWDC22 Platforms State of the Union.
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