Apple’s second digital-only developer’s conference will be held from June 7 to 12. It will also again be free to developers, including sessions, forums and one-on-one engineering appointments. Apple will almost certainly detail what the next versions of iOS and macOS will contain, and probably release the first beta versions.
For non-developers, most of the excitement will take place the morning of the first day when a keynote address will reveal some of what Apple is planning for the future. Often, but not always, this includes new hardware announcements as well. So we may hear about new M-class Apple Macs and when we can expect the rest of the product line to transition from Intel to Apple’s on processors.