Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is back for 2023 and the opening keynote speech is happening right now. Here’s how to watch Apple WWDC 2023.
Watch it live here:
Here are all our stories from the event so far:
Apple’s latest watch software can run on most older Apple Watch models – from Series 4 onwards.
The list of supported iPads is fairly extensive, but there are still a couple of omissions this time around
Apple’s latest iPhone software is available for you to download – find out if your iPhone can run it
New iOS 17 feature automatically lets people know when you make it home safely
This new iOS 17 feature transcribes voicemails in real-time.
Your Apple Watch gets even better with watchOS 10, available now
iOS 17 is now officially available for all recent Apple smartphones
These great features will arrive later this year on most Macs.
Apple’s latest Mac software has been unveiled, but which devices make the cut?
Apple reckons that Vision Pro is the “most advanced consumer electronics device ever”
Plus a bunch of feature refinements.
Plus feature tweaking, performance upgrades, and more.
$3499 delivers 4K microOLED panels in each eye, plus direct access to the Apple ecosystem.
Apple’s Pro machine gets the M2 treatment with new release.
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Throughout the rest of the week, Apple hosts workshops with developers for its new software. The entire schedule is available to live-stream for those with a developer account. But similar to WWDC 2022, there will also be an in-person event on 5 June for the keynote that selected media attend. And this main event is streamable for anyone.
At this WWDC, it looks likely we will get some new hardware. Apple has, on occasion, launched new products at the developer event, such as the Mac Pro in 2019. That device is of particular significance because it’s the only computer Apple still needs to upgrade to an Apple silicon hardware, which may happen this time around.
Rumours suggest we will definitely get some new Macs, most likely a 15in version of the MacBook Air. A mixed reality headset, called Apple Reality or Reality Pro should also debut. We believe it will be announced at this event pending a later release so developers can work on apps. Considering work on the new device has been ramping up recently, it’s looking more likely than ever. Thankfully, we don’t have to wait long to find out.
Apple always unveils its latest version of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and watchOS at this event, too. We’re expecting to see iOS/iPadOS 17, watchOS 10, and macOS 14 (with a location-based moniker). Apple is also due to launch is revamped version of CarPlay. All this software is most likely going to be available in September – per the usual timeline.