WWDC 2021: Apple's big reveals include iOS 15, FaceTime on Android, MacOS Monterey and more
Apple's WWDC 21 event kicked off Monday with a keynote address from Tim Cook, previewing the rumored iOS 15 and many, many other exciting Apple software updates. The annual conference, all-virtual for the second year in a row, began June 7 and continues through June 11.
Besides iOS 15, upgrades to Apple's operating systems unveiled Monday included iPadOS 15, MacOS Monterey and WatchOS 8 (but no HomeOS). Public betas will likely be available in the fall, but in the meantime, developers can download betas right away. Here's everything else Apple announced on day 1 of its WWDC 21 event.