It’s time for Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, with the keynote kicking off on June 6 at 1 pm ET / 10 am PT. Unlike the last two years, when the event went completely virtual, Nilay Patel and David Pierce will be on site for a viewing party and maybe more. WWDC is where the company spills all the beans on its latest OS updates and we can guess the next California milestone to be named for the expected release of macOS 13. There are a whole host of operating systems coming out of Cupertino in the last seven years. Like watchOS, tvOS, iPadOS, and now we could see evidence of the rumored RealityOS powering a long-rumored AR/VR headset from Apple. Yes, we’ll also see the latest developments in new iOS features, but let’s face it: we’re here to find out if Apple is ready to tell us what comes after the M1 processor. Will we get an M2 that’s slightly iterative, or will we get a processor that walks away from all the Pros, Maxes, and Ultras and starts a new line for a new MacBook Air? Will we finally get a glimpse of the Apple Car? Well, probably not. But whatever comes out of WWDC, rest assured The Verge will bring you the news.