Apple’s WWDC Set for June 5 – CNET

Apple will hold its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 5, the company said Wednesday. 

WWDC is Apple’s annual event to showcase the latest software it’s working on to developers. This includes advancements to its iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS operating systems, and this is the event that teases new changes coming to Apple devices such as iPhones, Apple Watch and Macs. It’s rumored Apple will unveil its AR/VR headset sometime in the latter half of 2023, and the new device was reportedly demoed to executives

The conference starts on June 5 with a keynote and State of the Union talk from Apple and ends on June 9. Developers can access the conference for free. 

Last June, Apple revealed its iOS 16, a redesign for its MacBook line of laptops using the M2 chip, MacOS Ventura, and WatchOS 9.


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