Apple, the Cupertino-based technology company, has announced that the WWDC 2023 will begin on June 5th. The virtual event will take place from June 5th through June 9th. Furthermore, sources indicate that, as was the case last year, an in-person experience will be offered at Apple Park.
Susan Prescott, Apple’s Vice President of Global Developer Relations, has provided some details about the upcoming WWDC 2023. Prescott stated that this year’s conference will be the “largest and most thrilling” yet.
WWDC 2023 Is All Set For June 5
The technology corporation, as is normal, debuts the latest versions of iOS, macOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS during its annual conference, and this year is expected to be no different. According to rumors, Apple will release iOS 17, which will include a slew of improvements and new features.
Apple has stated that this year’s WWDC will be particularly memorable. This is because the company’s much-discussed enhanced or virtual reality headgear, which has been the subject of conjecture and leaks for years, is about to be unveiled. According to reports, the company’s virtual reality headgear will be the major focus of the conference.
Additionally, speculations suggest that Apple may announce new Mac hardware during the conference. Apple has been teasing the Silicon Mac Pro for quite some time, and it is possible that the hardware revelation may take place during this year’s WWDC presentation.
Moreover, reports suggest that the technological behemoth will unveil the 15-inch MacBook Air as it accomplished with the 13-inch MacBook Air during the previous year’s conference.