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WWDC 2023: what time to see and how to follow the Apple event | Digital Trends Spanish

The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is the must-see event to find out about the latest software news from the company, although important hardware announcements are not ruled out this year. So you don’t miss it, we give you all the details of it below, from how to see it to what you can expect. The official date agreed for the meeting dedicated to developers is from June 5 to 9, with the stellar presentation on the first day.

This week full of events and activities will help developers learn about the newest technologies, tools, and environments coming to iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. california company.

What time does WWDC 2023 start?

The official kickoff for the event is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. PT on June 5 at Apple Park. “The biggest and most exciting WWDC yet will kick off with a first look at the groundbreaking updates coming to Apple platforms later this year,” the brand said.

This is the schedule that corresponds to other regions of the world:

  • ​​Mexico City, Mexico: 11:00 a.m.
  • Madrid, Spain: 7:00 p.m.
  • Lima, Peru: 12:00 p.m.
  • Bogota, Colombia: 12:00 p.m.
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina: 2:00 p.m.
  • New York: 1:00 p.m.
  • Caracas, Venezuela: 1:00 p.m.
  • Santiago, Chile: 1:00 p.m.
  • La Paz, Bolivia: 1:00 p.m.
  • Asunción, Paraguay: 1:00 p.m.

Where to see the event?

YouTube is the most accessible or most convenient platform to watch WWDC 2023. In fact, the video in which the broadcast of the stellar conference will take place is already enabled and in which you can request to be notified so that you don’t get it. miss.

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Apple indicates that the presentation can also be seen on apple.comin the Apple Developer app and on Apple TV.

What can you expect from WWDC 2023

It transcends that there will be news in both hardware and software at the Apple developer event this year. The main one in the equipment segment would be the rumored virtual and augmented reality viewer from the Californian company.

Hardware news

Mark Gurman, from Bloomberg, has already offered some glimpses of the Reality Pro, as Apple would call its glasses for virtual and augmented reality, from high-resolution screens to manual and eye tracking capabilities, through multiple cameras, the new operating system xrOS and lightweight design compared to its competitors. A switch would make it easy to switch between virtual reality and augmented reality. With all these specifications, the price of the scope would be high: 3,000 dollars.

An affordable version of the device, around $1,500, would be in the Cupertino plans, although for 2024 or 2025. The Reality Pro, on the other hand, could be launched this summer.

It could also happen that Apple reserves the launch for the future, until it thinks it can get an “iPhone moment”, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Likewise, there would be doubts about its design, since the team in charge of it still thinks that it is very heavy, according to different reports.

Finally, the viewfinder would have the M2 chip inside, 16 GB of RAM, a display with a brightness of 5,000 nits and 4K resolution for each eye. More reasons to think that it would be an expensive gadget.

The other piece of hardware that would see the light of day is a 15.5-inch MacBook Air, according to analyst Ross Young. In terms of finish, this would be its main novelty, that is, it would be very similar to the current 13-inch Air, like the M2 processor.

WWDC 2023 would also make room for other Apple-branded machines, from a new 13-inch MacBook Pro to a Mac Pro, which has been expected since last year’s event.

Would a new 24-inch iMac be possible? It would not be strange, since the firm had its last release of the type two years ago (M1 processor).

Software news

If you want to be strict, the WWDC is designed to see the deployment of Apple in the software segment, especially the one that has to do with its computing and mobile devices.

In relation to iOS 17, it is rumored that this version is more of a response to solve certain errors of its predecessor, however, it would have one or two surprises, such as a redesigned Control Center, a diary app so that users can make all sorts of personal annotations, more features for Dynamic Island, and enhancements to apps like Apple Music, Wallet, and Find My. It is also assumed that Apple would allow the installation of third-party application store developments to comply with European Union legislation, specifically with the Digital Markets Act.

It is curious that the personal diary app, among other tools, would offer topic suggestions and a kind of activity log.

The Apple Watch engine, watchOS 10, will see a major update at WWDC 2023, unlike iOS. For starters, a new widget system would make it possible to get more key information without running an app. Likewise, the main interface would display a more intuitive navigation layer, all according to a report from MacRumors.

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Regarding macOS 14 and tvOS 17, we will have to wait to find out about their news, since there are few reports about these operating systems for Mac and Apple TV, respectively.

The good news is that we are hours away from the start of another edition of the event that also attracts the world’s gaze. For now, the programming of the WWDC 2023 is now available and “includes a spectacular list of online events that Apple developers around the world will be able to enjoy,” the firm added.ww

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