What you need to know
- Apple's WWDC 21 conference kicks off on June 7.
- It has made changes to its Developer Forums ahead of the week.
- That includes new tools for tracking activity and searching for content.
Apple has added new features to its Developer Forums ahead of WWDC 21, which begins on June 7.
In a developer news post Apple stated:
The changes are:
- Post comments on questions or answers to provide context or ask for clarification.
- Search for content across multiple tags.
- Add and manage favorite tags.
- Upload images to your question or answer to provide supporting visual details.
- See tag descriptions when choosing tags for your question so you can quickly select the most appropriate ones.
- Subscribe to RSS feeds for tags you're interested in.
- See your authored and watched content, favorite tags, and trending tags on the newly designed home page.
Apple announced its all-online WWDC conference in March and recently confirmed the schedule for the week, starting with its customary June 7 keynote. From that report:
According to recent rumors that Keynote could include the reveal of Apple's brand new MacBook Pro featuring new Apple silicon and a mini-LED display.
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