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How to watch Apple’s WWDC keynote tomorrow

Apple’s WWDC is scheduled for Monday. Traditionally, the big developer-focused event has been where the company gives us our first look at new software for iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch, and Macs. But sometimes we also receive new material.

This year seems to be the last, with many rumors circulating around the tech giant’s mysterious augmented reality headset, a new 15-inch MacBook Air and the Apple Silicon-powered Mac Pro.

While there’s still a bit of time before Tim Cook appears on stage and makes things official, here’s what we expect during the June 5 keynote.

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When is WWDC?

This year’s WWDC runs from June 5-9. The keynote is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) Monday.

As in previous years, Apple will broadcast the keynote on its website and on Apple’s YouTube page.

What are we waiting for?

Apple headphones

Apple AR/VR Virtual Reality Headset

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The biggest rumor heading into this year’s WWDC is, of course, Apple headphones. It is rumored to run on a new “XROS”, the device could use mixed reality, a combination of virtual reality and augmented reality. There may be eye and hand tracking, high resolution screens and… a potential prize of $3,000.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman recently detailed how Apple plans to integrate sports, gaming, workout and iPad apps into the headset to show what the new platform can do. Whether that’s enough to excite consumers and persuade them to drop three grand or get developers to commit to building apps for it remains to be seen.

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The MacBook Air has long been one of Apple’s most popular laptops. Frequently sold with a 13-inch screen, Apple has experimented with different sizes of Air in the past, including offering an 11-inch model for years. Rumors these days, however, suggest the company has a larger, 15-inch M2-powered Air ready to go. This again comes from Bloomberg’s Gurman, who expects the new laptop to be announced at this year’s event. It was time.

While rumors point to an imminent announcement, it’s unclear how much Apple might charge for the new Air or how it might fit into the company’s existing MacBook lineup. The 2020 M1-powered 13.3-inch MacBook Air is still priced at $999, while the updated 2022 M2-powered 13.6-inch MacBook Air starts at $1,199. A 16-inch MacBook Pro, meanwhile, starts at $2,499. Could the 15-inch Air fall somewhere in the middle?

Apple Mac Pro M-series

The Mac Pro 2019

The Mac Pro 2019.

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Ah, the Mac Pro. Apple last updated the Mac Pro at WWDC in 2019. Despite some teasing that it was working on a new one powered by its Apple Silicon chips, the company has been largely silent about the computer. super powerful. Could the “other day” be June 5? It’s possible and Mac Pro fans might want to tune in, but with tempered expectations.

During an April appearance on The MacRumors Show, Apple savant Gurman suggested it might still be coming this year but not at WWDC.

New software: iOS 17, WatchOS 10 and more

Along with all the hardware rumours, we can expect Apple to detail the latest updates coming this year to its iOS, iPadOS, WatchOS, and TVOS platforms.

Among the biggest iOS changes, Apple could finally add support for installing apps not downloaded from the App Store. The iPhone maker has long resisted opening up its mobile software to allow sideloading, but new European regulations may have forced its hand.

Read: iOS 17: Everything we want Apple to add to the iPhone

Other software changes Apple may unveil include a new mental health app as well as widgets returning to the Apple Watch. Bloomberg also reported that Apple could eventually turn locked iPhones into smart displays with iOS 17.

For more, check out our expectations for WatchOS 10 and iOS 17. Plus, every feature we think Apple should steal from Android 14.


Look at this: Why Apple needs a 15-inch MacBook Air


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