Apple has announced this Thursday the dates of his Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which will take place from June 5 to 9 in ‘online’ format and will have a face-to-face event on the opening day that is free for all developers.
The company led by Tim Cook will hold its annual meeting for developers at its headquarters in Apple Park (United States)where he will present the latest news from iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS. In addition, at WWDC23 developers will be able to meet with Apple engineers and learn about the latest technologies and tools to help them continue to create innovative ‘apps’.
“WWDC23 is going to be the biggest to date“, has underlined the Vice President of International Developer Relations at Apple, Susan Prescott, while recalling that it is “one of the favorite moments of the year” for the company because it makes it possible to “create links both online and in person with the most talented developers in the world.”
As Apple has explained through a statement, the face-to-face event on June 5 will be focused on developers and students to se her ‘keynote’ and the contents of State of the Union together with the ‘online’ community. This meeting will be free, although the face-to-face capacity will be limited.
In addition to all this, Apple will continue to support programming students through the Swift Student Challenge, in which one more year will challenge developers of all ages to Submit your own application. To do this, students will have the help of Swift Playgrounds,an ‘app’ for iPad and Mac that teaches the Swift programming language.
Among the novelties of this year, it is expected that the technology company present your mixed reality headset,after suffering some delays in its launch due to difficulties with the development of the device, as noted by Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman.