CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA — Apple WWDC 2023 is the annual Worldwide Developers Conference hosted by Apple Inc. It is a five-day event that showcases the latest innovations and technologies in software, hardware, and services. The conference will take place this year from June 5 to June 9, 2023, at the California HQ. Attendees can expect to learn about the new features and updates of iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and other Apple platforms. They can also participate in sessions, labs, workshops, and networking events with Apple engineers and experts.
Apple today announced it will host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in an online format with an opportunity for developers and students to celebrate in person at a special experience at Apple Park on opening day.
Free for all developers, WWDC23 will spotlight the latest iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS advancements. As part of Apple’s ongoing commitment to helping developers create innovative apps, the event will also provide them with unique access to Apple engineers, as well as insight into new technologies and tools to help them realize their visions.
The conference will also feature the Apple Design Awards, which recognize the best apps and games of the year. Apple WWDC 2023 is open to all registered developers who have an active Apple Developer Program membership. Tickets are distributed through a lottery system and cost $1,599 USD each. The conference will also be live-streamed online for free for anyone who wants to watch.
What we should expect to see at the Apple WWDC 2023 event
Here are some of the things we can expect to see at this year’s WWDC:
- Good chances we’re going to see some new software updates to Apple’s iDevices, including operating systems for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. We can expect to see iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS 14, watchOS 10, and tvOS 17, with new features, bug fixes, software improvements, and more.
- New hardware announcements may include the rumored AR/VR Reality Pro headset prototype, potentially including advanced set of sensors, HD displays, eye-tracking tech and more.
- An upgrade to the Mac Pro lineup: Apple has been working hard to complete the transition of its MAC and hardware lineup to to its own custom silicon chips, and the next generation start releasing the rumored M2 Ultra chip which would boast up to 32 performance cores and 128 graphics cores, making it a heck of a monster chip.
- A 15-inch MacBook Air: Potentially another upgrade to the 13-inch MacBook Air laptop series Apple could launch a 15-inch MacBook Air with an M2 chip and a bigger 15-inch display that would offer superior performance to the current MBAs.