Apple has announced that its Worldwide Developers Conference will take place on June 5 to June 9, 2023. This is the platform for the company to showcase its newest operating system features to the public.
The event will be held both online and in person. The actual keynote will be broadcast live on the internet, and everyone interested in Apple's newest platforms, technologies, and tools can tune in.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook usually hosts a launch event on the first day of the conference to introduce the latest models of the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac operating system.
The Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is Apple's annual showcase. At its headquarters, Apple hosts workshops and sessions for programmers interested in learning how to create applications with Apple's technologies.
Also, WWDC serves as a glimpse into Apple's future plans. The company announces its software development plans and unveils new iPhone features.
It's possible that this year's annual event will have a highly unexpected surprise, like the company's long-awaited virtual and augmented reality headset. However, Apple did not indicate that such a product will be launched, and its release date is still proving controversial within the firm.
Alternatively, it may highlight the latest innovations in Apple's iOS, macOS, and other operating systems. Updates to all of Apple's operating systems are typically announced in September, coinciding with the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
The newest versions of Apple's Mac, iPad, Watch, and TV software could be iOS 17, macOS 14, iPadOS 17, Watch OS 10, and tvOS 17 this year. Keep a look out for RealityOS as well.