Apple's WWDC: Tech giant to share the latest features hitting your iPhone on June 7


Own an iPhone? June 7 marks the date when Apple will share the latest features to populate your smartphone this fall.

On Monday, Apple said it will host the keynote address kicking off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on June 7 at 1 p.m. ET. The conference is slated to run through June 11.

The tech giant sent invites to media with the title “And Away We Go.”

WWDC is a pivotal event on Apple’s calendar. The company’s keynote serves as a preview of what to expect in the latest version of its iOS operating system.

The release of the new OS, likely dubbed iOS 15, coincides with the launch of the next edition of its iPhone in the fall. Apple typically announces the new device in September.

It’s not clear what features Apple will reveal next month, but an April report from Bloomberg says the company is planning a major revamp of iOS, including new ways to handle notifications and an updated lock screen.

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