WWDC 2023: Live Stream and Exciting Updates

WWDC 2023: Live Stream and Exciting Updates

Get ready for Apple's highly anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference 2023! Tune in to watch the live event and discover what exciting updates and announcements Apple has in store for their loyal followers Don't miss out on this opportunity to see what's next for the tech giant

Apple holds a Worldwide Developers Conference each year, or WWDC for short, and it’s coming back for 2023. Here’s when it’s happening, how to watch it, and what Apple might reveal.

When Is WWDC 2023?

The dates for WWDC 2023 have been announced, and the event will run from June 5-9, 2023, with the main keynote presentation scheduled for the first day. While Apple has yet to confirm the exact time for the keynote, it is likely to follow the start time of last year's event, which began at 10 AM Pacific Time or 1 PM Eastern Time. As with the 2022 edition, WWDC 2023 will be primarily held online, with the keynote probably presented as a pre-recorded session. However, Apple is also planning a special day-long event at its Apple Park headquarters on June 5, exclusively for a select group of attendees.

How Do I Watch WWDC Live?

As per last year's WWDC, the event will be available for streaming on Apple's YouTube channel and Apple Events site. The livestream will also be accessible on the Apple Developer app for iPhone and iPad, along with the TV app on Apple TV. And the best part? You don't need to be a registered developer to enjoy the live stream.

It’s nice to have so many options, but YouTube is probably the easiest way to watch the event.

What Will Be at WWDC?

Apple has kept mum about the specifics of this year's WWDC event, but has announced that it will be showcasing the latest advancements in iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. It's highly likely that the event will feature the unveiling of iOS 17, iPadOS 17, watchOS 10, tvOS 17, and macOS 14, as Apple traditionally unveils major software updates at WWDC before releasing them in the fall. Rumors abound about what the updates might entail - iOS 17 is said to feature changes to Lock Screen and Control Center, while watchOS 10 is expected to focus more on widgets.

Meanwhile, there's been buzz about the possibility of Apple revealing a new augmented reality and/or virtual reality headset at WWDC. Although the project has supposedly been in the works for years, it's expected to be unveiled sometime this year, and WWDC may be the perfect platform for Apple to showcase it. According to Bloomberg, the headset will come equipped with external cameras that can analyze a user's hands, as well as sensors within the gadget's housing to read eyes. It can function as an independent device, an external display for a Mac, or an advanced FaceTime system, and is expected to cost around $3,000.

Apple is reportedly developing several new Mac computers, any of which could be unveiled at WWDC. Bloomberg has revealed the codenames for two new iMac models, J433 and J434, which will feature a brand-new M-series chip to replace the current M1. Additionally, sources indicate that Apple is working on a 15-inch MacBook Air, as well as an update to the 13-inch model, which was upgraded last year with the M2 chip. The most anticipated release, however, is a new Mac Pro. The current Mac Pro still uses Intel processors, and the upcoming model is expected to feature the new Apple M2 Ultra chip, with up to 24 CPU cores, 76 GPU cores, and up to 196 GB of unified memory. While Apple was reportedly developing an "M2 Extreme" chip for the Pro, it is unclear whether this project has been scrapped.