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Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference returns on June 5, 2023

Apple announces the return of Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC23) June 5-9, 2023: Apple’s developer conference returns to Cupertino. At Apple Park we’ll get to know all the details of Apple’s new operating systems – and maybe even some new hardware to come.

Apple announces the return of Worldwide Developers Conference 2023

One of the most awaited conferences by developers and app developers for Apple devices is the WWDC stands for Worldwide Developers Conference. This year, WWDC23 will take place online from 5 to 9 June 2023with a special event in attendance at Apple Park on day one. Participation is free and open to all those who want to discover the latest news from iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS.

WWDC23 will be a unique opportunity to connect with Apple engineers and other industry professionals, to learn new technologies and new tools, and to bring innovative projects to life. During the keynote and the “State of the Union” presentation, Apple will unveil the new features and new possibilities offered by its operating systems.

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The online sessions will offer technical and practical insights on various topicsthe. From frameworks to APIs, from design to accessibility. Individual workshops will allow you to receive personalized feedback and resolve doubts or problems. Finally, developers and developers will be able to interact with each other and with Apple experts through forums, chats and video calls.

For those who want to experience the thrill of being at Apple Park on the day of the keynote, there will be the possibility of requesting participation in a special event in person. Places will be limited and selection criteria will be communicated shortly on the Apple Developer site and in the app. Those who cannot be physically present will be able to follow everything in streaming.

WWDC23 will also be an opportunity to reward male and female students who have distinguished themselves in the Swift Student Challenge, a programming challenge. The Swift Student Challenge is just one of many Apple programs dedicated to encouraging and supporting developers of the future. You can send the proposals by April 19th.

Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations, comments: “WWDC23 will be the largest and most exciting conference ever. We look forward to meeting you online and in person for this special event!”

More information on the Apple site.

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