WWDC Apple event - as it happened : iOS 15, AirPods, Maps and privacy features announced

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Apple has held one of its biggest events of the year: the Worldwide Developers Conference.

The WWDC21 conference – and the keynote that kicked it off – serves as its annual reveal of all of the software updates it has been working on.

As such, there was a new iOS 15 for the iPhone introduced, updates for the Mac, and new features on the Watch. WWDC is unusual among Apple events in that every one of its software platforms gets an update of some kind, and that they are available to download for free – though most users will have to wait until later this year to get access to them.

Rumours that new versions of the MacBook Pro could be on their way, including a more powerful version of the company’s already powerful M1 chip, did not prove to be true.

As with every Apple event held over the last year, it was held entirely virtually.

You can view the live stream of the WWDC keynote right here, and view all the major updates as they happened below.

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