Apple reveals WWDC 2023 schedule: Here’s what’s on the agenda


  • WWDC is one of the most awaited tech event of the year
  • Apple has sent out invites for the June 5, 2023, WWDC event
  • While there’s no mention of any hardware releases, the company is no stranger to pulling off last-minute surprises

WWDC 2023 is right around the corner, and Apple is leaving no stone unturned in making this a successful developer event. We also expect some surprises to drop in for non-developers who are closely associated with the brand. Ahead of the annual event, the company is now sending out the full event schedule, enabling visitors to plan accordingly.

Accessed by multiple individuals, including the folks at 9to5Mac, the schedule starts with the keynote address on June 5, 2023, at 10 AM local time (10:30 PM in India). Following the keynote, developers will get the chance to check out yet another keynote named Platforms State of the Union, which will go into detail about the announcements held during the event.

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Visitors can also sign up for a tour of “The Ring,” the central complex within the spacious Apple Park campus. Later that same night, Apple will host its Design Awards keynote capped off by what the company calls a Special Evening Activity at Caffè Macs, the cafeteria inside Apple Park.

Source: 9to5Mac

On the second day of the event, i.e., June 6, Apple invites attendees to sessions at the Apple Developer Center, which as 9to5Mac points out, was set up last year and is an area of Apple Park dedicated to developers. While not much is said about what could be on the agenda, the invite says seating might be limited and that it would be offered on a “first-come, first-served basis.”

New 15-inch MacBook Air and Reality Pro headset could also be unveiled at WWDC

A lot of the sessions will undoubtedly address the company’s software releases, such as iOS 17, iPadOS 17, watchOS 10, tvOS 17, and macOS 14. Additionally, rumours have talked about a 15-inch MacBook Air being revealed during WWDC next month, in addition to a mixed-reality headset, rumoured to be called Apple Reality Pro.

Unlike in the years past, which mostly saw CPU and software unveilings at WWDC, this year could be more exciting for Apple fans, particularly if the aforementioned rumours are proven right.

Via: 9to5Mac