Apple’s WWDC21 will commence on June 7 till June 11 and ahead of the Developers Conference its hashflag is now live on Twitter. Apple uses hashflag for various events which is an addition of an emoji, or icon to a special hashtag.
WWDC21 hashflag with iMessage like reaction is now live on Twitter
And WWDC21 hashflag has a blue ‘thumbs up’ iMessage reaction at the end of #WWDC21. Therefore, it can be assumed that new iMessage features. On the developers’ support page, the company announced the opening of Digital Lounge’s registration. And the artwork of the announcement is a very vivid, and vibrant iMessage UI with memojis, emojis, effect, hashtag, and heart reaction with the following message.
Digital Lounge sign-ups are now open. Join Apple engineers and designers from Developer Tools, SwiftUI, Accessibility, and Machine Learning and participate in text-based discussions, ask questions about the latest technologies, get help with coding challenges, meet presenters, and more. Space is limited and available for members of the Apple Developer Program and Apple Developer Enterprise Program, as well as Swift Student Challenge winners.
In addition to WWDC, a variety of other exciting developer events will take place throughout the week. Find even more opportunities for learning, networking, and fun.
Although the event is days away, with the keynote on June 7, Apple is keeping the fervor high. Recently, it announced winners of WWDC21 Swift Students Challenge and 36 finalists of Apple Design Awards.
It is rumored that Apple might launch iOS 15 at the event with redesigned Lock Screen, widgets, Dark Mode UI improvement, Messages app improvement– to set automatic response as per status, Food tracking feature like the MyFitness Pal app which allows uses to log in food consumed during the day to calculate calories at the end. It can be a good feature for users’ fitness journey and recovery from eating disorders and much more.
In addition, Jon Prosser claims that M1X MacBook Pro will be launched at the upcoming event, along with redesigned 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models.