.NET 6 and Mobile SDKs
At the heart of this release is the unification of the Xamarin SDKs into .NET. Xamarin has always been a part of .NET, but now it ships as a core workload, shares the same base class library as other workloads like Blazor, and adopts the modern SDK Style project system for consistent tooling experiences. No longer is Xamarin some other thing that is like .NET or has some dependency on .NET, but it IS .NET. This will be made clear as you see the naming aligned in our documentation and product pages as we approach release.
Xamarin.Android and Xamarin.iOS are now additional platform targets you can reach with .NET, so we will refer to them as .NET for Android and .NET for iOS. Those SDKs themselves are .NET bindings to the native SDKs from Google and Apple respectively, and thus no renaming takes place in their API surface.