WWDC 2023: Apple will reveal the sequel for iOS, macOS and more on June 5
Apple will kick off its Worldwide Developers Conference on June 5, the iPhone maker announced on Wednesday. The annual developer conference will showcase the latest software from Apple, including advancements in its iOS, iPadOS, macOS, WatchOS and TVOS operating systems.
At WWDC 2023, Apple is expected to unveil iOS 17, the next version of its iPhone software, which may launch alongside the expected iPhone 15 Later this year. Apple could also reveal its long rumor AR/VR Headset at WWDC. The new mixed reality device would have been demo to executives this month.
The conference will take place online from June 5-9 and is free for developers. Apple will host an in-person event at its Apple Park campus in Cupertino, Calif., for its commencement address and State of the Union presentations on Day One.
At WWDC 2022 last June, Apple unveils iOS 16a sound overhaul MacBook line of laptops using the M2 chip, Mac OS VenturaAnd WatchOS 9.