Apple Announces WWDC 2023, Here Are The Details

Apple has announced when its WWDC23 event will take place. The annual Worldwide Developers Conference will be held online from June 5 through June 9, and it’ll be open to all developers at no cost.

There will also be an in-person element with an all-day special event offered for select developers and students. There will also likely be a place for some selected members of the press as well.

Mark your calendars for an exhilarating week of technology and community. Be among the first to learn the latest about Apple platforms, technologies, and tools. You’ll also have the opportunity to engage with Apple experts and other developers. All online and at no cost.

Apple says it will also be running its annual Swift Student Challenge which requires people to apply by April 19 to show “creativity and passion for coding.”

This event will very likely see Apple announce its next round of software updates including iOS 17, iPadOS 17, tvOS 17, watchOS 10, and macOS 14. All of those updates will also likely get their first beta releases during the event, with more betas released as we get closer to an expected September release to the public.

That September timeframe is also when we expect Apple to announce the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 lineups, with new Apple Watches also a possibility if previous years are any indication.

You might need to sign in with an Apple ID, but note that this can be different to the one that you’re signed into your device with. That’s good news for people who use their developer ID for betas but want to be able to sign in using their personal ID for iCloud and other services.

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