If you own anything built by Apple, the annual Worldwide Developers Conference usually turns out to be one of the more interesting events of the year. This is when the company lays all of its cards out on the table, revealing what changes are coming to the multiple software platforms it’s built. That means new features for everything from your iPhone and iPad to your Apple Watch and MacBook.

WWDC 2022 figures to be no different, with Apple slated to give updates on all its software — iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, macOS and tvOS. There could be new software joining the mix — realityOS, which would power any AR/VR gear Apple plans on developing. And though the focus at WWDC skews more toward software than hardware, Apple could use the occasion to introduce an updated McBook Air.