Apple announces WWDC 2023 to take place on June 5th

Apple announces WWDC 2023 to take place on June 5th

The dates for WWDC 2023 have been established by Apple. The company’s developer conference will take place from June 5th to June 9th. Despite the fact that the epidemic has faded into the background, there will be a “unique experience” at Apple Park on the 5th for developers and students. The business isn’t saying much about what to anticipate (does the image suggest a lens? ), but this might be one of Apple’s most significant events in recent years.

According to rumours, Apple will eventually unveil its mixed reality headset at WWDC 2023. The gadget, which might be dubbed Reality Pro or Reality One, is said to be a standalone device with an M2 processor, two 4K monitors, sophisticated body tracking, and controller-free input — hand gestures and Siri instructions would be used. Although the gear (which may cost $3,000) is intended towards developers and professionals, it could contain health features, full-body avatars in FaceTime conversations, and wearable versions of numerous iPhone and iPad apps. It may not be available until later in the year.

Other WWDC 2023 announcements may be more mundane. It’s almost probable that you’ll see iOS 17, macOS 14, and watchOS 10 previews, among other platform improvements. There may also be service updates. Although we don’t expect any upgrades to Apple’s current hardware portfolio, we wouldn’t rule out the launch of some of the first M3-powered Macs. After all, the MacBook Air M2 was unveiled at last year’s conference.

If history is any guide, beta versions of operating system upgrades should be available shortly after WWDC. The finished versions should be available in the autumn. Like with previous conferences, the majority of what you’ll see is a preview of what’s to come in the months ahead.

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