Apple has revealed the schedule for its next annual developer conference, WWDC 2023, which will be held from June 5 to 9, 2023. They have planned a grand opening event on June 5.
She goes again. Apple just announced its program for WWDC 2023, its annual developer conference, which will take place from June 5-9. And as always, they have planned a grand opening event. you wonder when? June 5, 10 a.m. Pacific time, or 7 p.m. for us French.
Get ready for iOS 17, macOS 14, watchOS 10, and the 15-inch MacBook Air, and the highlight: We’re obviously expecting the popular AR/VR headset.
So, what can be expected on June 5?
So, what can be expected on June 5? To an avalanche of updates, according to Apple. Everything will be broadcast on Apple’s website and even on YouTube. You can rewatch this historic moment as many times as you like, in case you missed the second they announced the size of the new MacBook.
After the keynote, there will be a briefing State of the Union platforms For developers, Apple will show them how their apps can get even better with their new tools. And to end the day in style, you’ll give Apple what you want Design Awards. They will reward the creators and developers who make the most of their platforms.
The big rumor of the year is the announcement of an augmented reality headset from Apple. Basically, they’re going to get into the “mixed reality” dance, as they like to call it. It’s a nice way of saying they’re going to try doing augmented reality and virtual reality. Rumors point to a thin and lightweight headset equipped with OLED screens and running a variant of the M2 processor. It should even support iPad apps. And all for the modest sum of $3,000.
There are still plenty of question marks surrounding the headset, including whether it will actually be unveiled at the event, but the official visuals around the event point to some sort of mixed reality announcement.
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