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Apple has officially released the schedule for its upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2023, which is just a few weeks away. The event, known for its exciting announcements and previews of Apple’s latest software updates, will be held at Apple Park.
The opening keynote is scheduled for Monday, June 5th, with developers being able to check in the day before. To kickstart the day, Apple is hosting a breakfast at Apple Park, providing developers with a great opportunity to network and fuel up before the main event.
The keynote itself will commence at 10 AM, but that’s not all there is to look forward to. Following the keynote, Apple will present the Platforms State of the Union, a second keynote that delves deeper into the day’s announcements.
One intriguing aspect is the chance for guest developers to explore Apple Park’s main building, fondly referred to as “The Ring.” As revealed by Paul Hudson, a tour of this architectural marvel is on offer. On Monday night, attendees can expect the traditional Apple Design Awards keynote, followed by a mysterious Special Evening Activity at Caffè Macs that promises to be an unmissable experience.
The following day, Tuesday, developers will have the opportunity to attend special sessions at the Apple Developer Center, a dedicated space for developers within Apple Park that debuted last year. Unfortunately, Apple has not disclosed the specific topics that will be covered during these sessions, but they caution that space will be limited.
Apple’s WWDC is renowned for its software update announcements, and this year is no exception. The tech giant is set to unveil the latest versions of its operating systems, including iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS 14, watchOS 10, and tvOS 17. With each iteration, Apple introduces exciting new features and enhancements that keep users engaged and eager for more.
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Additionally, speculations suggest that Apple will finally unveil its highly anticipated Reality Pro headset at this year’s WWDC. The headset has faced numerous delays but is rumored to make its official debut alongside new software platforms and developer tools.
Finally, there are whispers of an updated version of the MacBook Air in the works, boasting a larger 15-inch display. Given that the M2 chip was announced at WWDC 2022, both the Reality Pro headset and the new MacBook Air seem like prime candidates for potential announcements at this year’s conference.