Apple just announced that its much-awaited annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will happen from Monday, June 5 through Friday, June 9.
This year’s event, like previous years, will be online. Developers and students can attend a free all-day special event on the opening day of WWDC at the Apple Park campus. Attendees will have the opportunity to watch State of the Union videos, meet Apple employees and attend the Apple Design Awards.
“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 company wrote in a press release.
During the event, the tech giant will also provide online sessions and labs, giving developers insight on the new features and software to be announced at WWDC.
While Apple plans to spotlight its latest iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS developments in the event, speculations on the official announcement of its new mixed reality headset remain in the air as Apple CEO Tim Cook guns for a 2023 release. It is also believed that the company will unveil the latest versions of Mac Pro and MacBook Air.
Susan Prescott, Apple’s VP for Worldwide Developer Relations said the WWDC gives them the chance to connect to developers around the globe, making it one of their favorite times of the year. “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,” she shared in a press release.