WWDC 2023 Slated For June 5: Here’s everything that might be launched and How To Watch Livestreaming in India
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- Exclusive in-person experience at Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino
- Global live stream for audiences worldwide
- Unveiling groundbreaking innovations that shape the future
Excitement is in the air as Apple aficionados eagerly anticipate the grand spectacle of WWDC 2023. The tech giant has just dispatched official invitations to a select group of media representatives, granting them an exclusive opportunity to witness the much-anticipated keynote live and in person. Held at the iconic Apple Park headquarters nestled in the heart of Cupertino, California, this event promises a captivating showcase of groundbreaking innovations.
Scheduled for June 5 at 10 a.m. PDT / 1 p.m. EDT, which is around 10:30 PM IST, the keynote will not only mesmerize the attendees on-site but also captivate a global audience through a simultaneous live stream, bringing the thrilling experience to the comfort of everyone’s homes.
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What to Expect From Apple WWDC 2023
Anticipation reaches new heights as reports indicate that Apple is poised to unveil its highly anticipated AR (augmented reality) headset at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June. Renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has shed light on the matter, revealing that the tech giant is thoroughly prepared to make this groundbreaking announcement.
With the stage set for a momentous reveal, Apple’s foray into the realm of AR/MR (mixed reality) is poised to captivate audiences and pave the way for a new era of immersive experiences. The world eagerly awaits the unveiling of Apple’s innovative AR headset at WWDC, where the future of technology is poised to take a remarkable leap forward.
“It is highly likely that Apple will announce its long-awaited AR/MR headset at the WWDC in June. I think Apple is well prepared for the announcement of this new device,” Kuo said in a Medium post on Monday.
Exciting developments lie ahead for Apple’s display technology as reports suggest that the company has ambitious plans for its future lineup. By 2027, Apple is said to be gearing up to introduce 32-inch and 42-inch OLED displays for its iMac models, indicating a significant shift towards this advanced display technology.
As part of its forward-looking strategy, Apple also aims to bid farewell to LCDs and mini LED displays in its mobile devices by 2026, signalling a decisive move towards leveraging the benefits of OLED technology. With these plans in motion, Apple is poised to deliver enhanced visual experiences and further establish its commitment to cutting-edge display innovation.