Apple Announces WWDC 2023 Dates and Plans
Apple has confirmed that its WWDC developer conference will take place from June 5 to 9, 2023. The conference will stick to its traditional early June date, and the keynote event will likely unveil the latest versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS.
Like the previous year, this year’s conference will be primarily online, with free registration for all attendees. However, Apple will also allow a limited number of developers and students to attend the conference in-person. Attendees can also participate in sessions, one-on-one labs, and interact with Apple engineers and other developers.
During the event, Apple may offer a preview of its rumored headset plans, which has been the subject of speculation for months. Additionally, a small number of people will have the chance to attend the keynote and State of the Union presentations in-person at Apple Park on June 5.
Registration for this event is on the Apple Developer website and app, and spots will be determined by a raffle. Apple will provide more information on WWDC23 in the coming weeks.
Swift Student Challenge
Apart from the WWDC conference, Apple will also run its annual Swift Student Challenge. Students from around the world can now submit their Swift Playgrounds by April 19, 2023, for a chance to win. More information on the event can be found on the Swift Student Challenge website.
In conclusion, Apple’s WWDC 2023 promises to offer exciting new developments on its suite of products, with attendees receiving exclusive showcases and potentially being able to get a sneak peek at a new headset. The company continues to offer the conference primarily online, providing equal opportunities to all developers and students worldwide.