Top Stories: WWDC BEGINS on Monday, New MacBook Pros Spotted?, iPad and AirPods Rumors

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It's finally here! Apple's gross annual Worldwide Developers Meeting kicks off on Mon with the traditional keynote address at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time. At the function, we'll undoubtedly start to see the unveiling of upcoming variations of Apple's os's like iOS 15 and macOS 12, and if we're lucky, perhaps some hardware such as a redesigned MacBook Pro.

This week also saw a bunch of rumors about Apple's future iPad lineup, AirPods, and the iPhone 13, together with an interesting tidbit that Jony Ive was mixed up in design of the brand new M1 iMac, so read on for all of the information on these stories and more!
What things to Expect at WWDC 2021: iOS 15, macOS 12, watchOS 8, New MacBook Pro?
With WWDC kicking off on Monday, we've come up with a glance at what we are able to expect at the keynote event. We truly haven't seen a lot in the way of leaks this time, so there are likely to be plenty of surprises arriving on Mon, but we'll absolutely be experiencing what Apple has prepared for iOS 15, macOS 12, watchOS 8, and more.

It doesn't seem to be like we should be expecting very much in the form of hardware, with Apple having previously launched several services in the last month or so, including AirTags, the M1 iMac, updated iPad Pro types, and the second-technology Apple Television set 4K. But there's even now a chance we're able to check out some hardware announcements on Mon, with likely candidate being the MacBook Pro, so check out our guide and video summary of what to expect.