Today, Apple officially confirmed the dates of its annual developer conference, known as the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
At this event, the company expected to unveil its new products with upgrades and other enhancements to its software, such as newer versions of iOS, macOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS.
Apple’s WWDC 2023: All Details
As the company revealed, WWDC 2023 will begin on June 5 and will go on until June 9, and this event is going to take place in the same place where Apple usually does this event.
Apple is also inviting limited developers and students to join as in-person attendance to watch the keynote at Apple Park to make a request to attend; you can check out this page.
Apple is going to show pre-recorded content at this event rather than doing a live presentation like the Google IO event.
Apple’s vice president of worldwide developer relations, Susan Prescott, also showed his excitement for this year’s event and said, “WWDC23 is going to be our biggest and most exciting yet, and we can’t wait to see many of you online and in person at this very special event”.
What To Expect
Apple is expected to reveal various new changes and products at this event, but mainly, we all are counting on it to reveal the Mixed Reality headset and iOS 17 update for iPhones.
Besides, it is also rumored to introduce an M-series chip with a new Macbook or an iPad. Recently, Mark Gurman also revealed that Apple would make xrOS/RealityOS official at WWDC 2023.
How To Watch
Currently, the company hasn’t clarified the exact timing of the event though they revealed it is going to take place on the first Monday of June so that everyone can watch it easily.
As Apple is going to stream it on its YouTube channel, Apple’s website, and as well as on Apple TV+. Also,