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WWDC 2023: What to Expect from This Year’s Apple’s Big Developer Conference

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Are you an Apple enthusiast? Do you wish to know which kickass technology the tech giant is launching this year? Gear up for the most awaited tech event of the year – WWDC 2023. Here’s all you need to know!

Every year, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is eagerly anticipated by tech enthusiasts, developers, and Apple fans worldwide. It serves as a platform for Apple to showcase its latest software advancements, unveil new features, and provide developers with tools and resources to enhance their apps and services. Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), scheduled for June 5, is set to be the company’s most significant event in years.

This year, Cupertino plans to unveil Reality Pro, a mixed-reality headset that has been in development for over seven years. However, that’s not all—the tech giant may also introduce a new 15-inch MacBook Air, along with software updates for the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

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Here’s a rundown of what you can expect from Apple’s WWDC 2023.

How to Watch Apple’s WWDC 2023

The 2023 edition of WWDC will be a hybrid conference, allowing in-person attendance while also providing live-streaming options on Apple’s official website, YouTube, Twitter, and other social media platforms. The event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Apple Park, California, starting at 10:30 PM IST. Apple CEO Tim Cook is likely to host the keynote presentation.

Software Updates for iPhone and Mac

Continuing its tradition, Apple will showcase the next generation of software at its annual developers’ conference. iOS 17, the upcoming version of the iPhone software, is expected to bring a range of highly anticipated features, including support for third-party app stores, a redesigned control panel, improved multitasking capabilities, and more.

Likewise, iPadOS 17 will likely introduce various productivity-focused features and services tailored specifically for iPads. watchOS 10 is rumored to undergo a significant overhaul, featuring a widget-based user experience. Additionally, Apple will showcase tvOS 17 and the next generation of macOS at WWDC 2023.

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Focus on the Reality Pro Headset

In terms of hardware, Apple’s main highlight will be the long-awaited mixed-reality headset, Reality Pro, powered by xrOS. This headset is expected to offer both virtual and augmented reality experiences and will likely be equipped with custom Apple Silicon, a technology found in many of Apple’s products.

According to recent reports from Mark Gurman, the headset is rumored to draw power from an external battery pack, similar to the MagSafe battery pack. It may also feature two high-resolution OLED screens, possibly reaching 4K resolution, to deliver an immersive visual experience. The headset is said to support iPad apps and is expected to debut with a new user interface optimized for virtual reality. Price speculations suggest it could be around $3000 or Rs 2,40,000. Sounds a little way over the top? Well, it’s the VR technology from Apple. 

The MOST Anticipated 15-inch MacBook Air

Apple might also introduce a 15-inch MacBook Air, powered by the Apple M2 processor. The MacBook Air lineup is known for its compact and lightweight design, and this new model is expected to maintain those traits in a slightly larger form factor. The larger MacBook Air is likely to resemble its 13-inch counterpart, featuring a high-resolution display with a 60Hz refresh rate.

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Next-Generation iMac and Mac Pro Transition

In addition, speculations suggest that Apple will unveil the next-generation iMac at WWDC 2023. While it may maintain a similar design to the current lineup, the new iMac is expected to come with improved specifications. It’s also rumored to be the first computer to utilize the third-gen M3 Apple Silicon, manufactured using TSMC’s advanced 3nm process.

Lastly, Apple is expected to announce its most powerful Apple Silicon-powered product to date—the Mac Pro. This release will mark the completion of Apple’s transition from Intel to Apple Silicon-based Macs, showcasing the company’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of performance and efficiency.

With these exciting announcements and updates on the horizon, Apple’s WWDC 2023 is shaping up to be a must-watch event for tech enthusiasts and Apple fans worldwide. Stay tuned for more updates. QWI has its eyes on all the latest tech-happenings. 

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