Apple has announced that its World Wide Developers Conference will take place in June with the event kicking off on June 5 through June 9.
Apple says the conference will be hosted online for all developers worldwide while a special in-person experience will be available in Apple Park for select developers and students. Apple will be taking submissions for Swift Studen Challenge now all the way through April 19.
According to the press release the company will be announcing new versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS at the event with a major highlight going to be iOS 17 with new notable new features. Other hardware products that also includes Apple’s first-ever Augmented Reality headset could also get announced during the keynote.
Just like in previous years, Apple will live stream the keynote on various platforms including Apple.com, YouTube.com, and Apple TV apps.
Apple’s developer sessions and one-on-one labs and engagements with Apple engineers and other developers will be available online. Apple has updated the Apple Developer App and Apple Developer website to include information about WWDC 2023.