It's on! Apple has confirmed WWDC will start June 5 this year.
As expected, Apple has announced the dates for its annual developer conference, Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) for 2023.
The event kicks off June 5, and will run for a week. Like last year, there’ll be a special one-day event at Apple Park for developers and media. This will then be followed by the release of a series of videos online for the remainder of the week, covering new frameworks and technologies.
“Apple will host a special all‑day event for developers and students on June 5 at Apple Park. Watch the keynote and State of the Union videos together, meet some of the teams at Apple, celebrate great apps at the Apple Design Awards ceremony, and enjoy activities into the evening,” Apple said in its WWDC announcement.
“WWDC is one of our favourite times of the year at Apple because it’s an opportunity to connect with the talented developers from around the globe who make this community so extraordinary,” Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations said in a statement. “WWDC23 is going to be our biggest and most exciting yet, and we can’t wait to see many of you online and in person at this very special event!”
Speculation is mounting that Apple will use this year’s WWDC to unveil its new mixed-reality headset, alongside a new realityOS. It’ll also likely see the unveiling of the next versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS and watchOS.
The event rounds out a busy conference season for the tech giants, with Google holding Google I/O on May 10, and Microsoft hosting its Build event May 23 to 24.