On September 10, 2019, Apple announced the iPhone 11 from the Steve Jobs Theater, the amphitheater on its Apple Park campus. At that time, who could have imagined that there wouldn’t be a new keynote for two years? Although Apple hosted nine events between 2020 and early 2022, none were held with an audience. The coronavirus pandemic got the better of the craziness of Apple events, which turned into pre-recorded videos.
Two and a half years later, here is the return of Apple keynotes… or almost. While there were indeed hundreds of developers and media present at Apple Park on June 6, 2022, including Numerama, Apple wanted to learn from the lessons of Covid and create new events adapted to the situation. Antigen tests, mandatory masks, outdoor conference, virtual meetings… WWDC 2022 was the first conference of its kind. We have decided to tell you about it in several videos, in order to answer any questions you may have about this type of event.
Our other WWDC videos
In addition to our video posted on YouTube, we have provided you with several short behind-the-scenes videos throughout WWDC. They are accessible on our TikTok, our Instagram and our Twitter (if you’re not already following them, we encourage you to do so for other similar content!). You can also view them directly on YouTube Shorts by clicking on these links:
All our articles written from Cupertino
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