Apple is intensifying efforts to promote 2022’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC22) with the Twitter Hashflag for the word “WWDC22” now rolling out on the major social platform. This is not the first time the company promotes its major events using Twitter.
Five days before the start of the major keynote, Apple has launched the Twitter Hashflag “#WWDC22” that features the Swift icon on a colorful ring surrounding it. The company did the same treatment with March’s “Peek Performance” event, as well as last October’s “Unleashed“.
The Cupertino-based giant will hold its 40th annual developers’ event where the next generations of its software lineup – iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16 – are announced. Alongside the refreshed versions, this year we are expecting a redesigned M2-powered MacBook Air to be unveiled.
The next-generation iPhone and iPad software will likely bring significant upgrades to notifications regarding Focus Mode, fresh new apps, and a long-awaited update to the lock screen. iPadOS may receive new multitasking features, and watchOS will see new features like low power mode and others that affect day-to-day operating and navigation.
WWDC22 will begin on Monday, June 6 at 10:00 a.m Pacific Time. To watch the keynote, find out here as Apple launched the YouTube premiere live stream for everyone to watch as the scheduled date inches closer and closer.
Be sure to follow us at Appleosophy on Monday to keep updated on the forthcoming announcements from Apple’s WWDC 2022 keynote as we will do full coverage on the website and on our Twitter page – @Appleosophy – starting at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time.
#WWDC22 hashflag is up on Twitter! Five days before the event.
— Heedo Abu Laban | عبد الحميد | 𓂆 (@HeedoAbuLaban) June 1, 2022