It’s official. Apple will hold the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) from June 5th through June 9th. One of the largest events for Apple, it will be held online and free for all developers worldwide. There’s an in-person experience at Apple Park on June 5th for developers and students although it will have limited capacity. In case you are interested in attending the WWDC 2023, you gotta move fast before the in-person slot goes off the market.
According to the VP of Worldwide Developer Relations at Apple – Susan Prescott, this WWDC 2023 will be the biggest and most exciting [and they have a lot to reveal].
June 5 marks the date when Apple will introduce the iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS before marking its official debut with the iPhone 15 series later this year. Apple used the keynote on the first date of WWDC to showcase impressive features such as its M2 chip, Stage Manager, iOS 16 customizable lock screens, and much more at last year’s event.
The specifics including dates, events, attendees, and others are not available yet. Both Keynote and State of the Union presentations will be held initially and online. There’s an in-person entry too for a limited number of attendees including both developers and students alike. You can check out more on the in-person event and instructions to apply for it right here.
Moving on, WWDC 2023 will see another edition of Apple’s Swift Student Challenge where people from all walks of life who love to code come together on Swift Playgrounds to create something extraordinary using Swift programming language. You can register for the Swift Student Challenge till April 19th so here’s where you need to get it done.
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