Apple released new details about its upcoming online Worldwide Developers Conference this month, which sheds light on new features coming to the iPhone.
In a statement released Thursday, Apple said its conference will kick off on June 22 with a keynote at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT). The keynote typically serves as a time where Apple highlights its latest iOS operating system.
The conference will also include a series of smaller development labs where iOS developers gather more specifics on how to leverage new features on to their apps.
Apple's WWDC is typically an in-person event, but shifted to a fully online experience this year to help limit the spread of the coronavirus pandemic worldwide.
The tech giant typically focuses on software during WWDC, following up with a fall event during which they reveal the latest iPhone along with other upcoming devices.
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