March 27, 2022 8:13 P.M.
Jon Prosser is back in the news with a prediction that Apple's World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) will take place on June 6. Not only that, but the event will be in-person despite Apple's pandemic concerns. Apple started their virtual events since the pandemic began with beautiful cinematography and fantastic footage of California. During this time, their product event releases were welcomed and appreciated, and it brought a whole new way for the king of marketing to market their products.
According to past start dates of WWDC, June 6 sounds right. It will be interesting if the rumor is true and Apple moves forward with the event. WWDC lets developers meet with Apple developers and ensure that their app will work adequately with Apples' new software, whether iOS, iPadOS, or MacOS. Meeting in person will provide developers a better experience instead of taking care of business virtually. Apple will also use this event to showcase new products. Fans hope that a new Mac Pro and Pro Display are released during the event. The main concern is that the pandemic is not over, and Apple could risk their attendee's health. There's still plenty of time for Apple to confirm or go back to a virtual event. Stay tuned.