Apple has begun informing developers who have been invited to WWDC22.

Apple is distributing RSVPs to developers who have been invited to its first in-person WWDC since the COVID-19 epidemic.
With Google I/O already in the rearview mirror, Apple’s conference will be the next major event on many developers’ calendars. 
The yearly celebration is generally filled to the rafters, but because to the epidemic, it has been reduced to an online-only event.
This year’s event will have physical presence, and the business has invited just restricted number of developers to attend.
Apple accepted submissions from registered developers between May and 11, claiming that the process was random.

The WWDC keynote will continue to be pre-recorded and aired live online. Attendees will be able to watch the films with Apple specialists and will be among the first to explore Apple Park’s new Chocolate Factory Developer Center.

Among the rumours surrounding this year’s keynote:

Media controls and timers are examples of interactive widgets.

Mac M1-native app support on M1 iPads (one rumour even suggests that Xcode, Final Cut Pro, and others will be released).

When connected to a keyboard and trackpad, the iPad supports floating windows for a more desktop-like experience.

Improvements to notification handling that are “significant.”

WatchOS now has enhanced detection capabilities for atrial fibrillation.

Hardware subscription service.

Apple Pay now has a “buy now, pay later” function similar to Klarna.

Icons have been redesigned.

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