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WWDC 2023: Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference where developers attend sessions and meet with Apple engineers.

Tim Cook – Apple CEO at the WWDC Apple Developers conference. Image courtesy: Apple WWDC Event announcement video.


Some of us are in a rush and need to know the top things announced at WWDC 2023. So, what are some of the top things announced at WWDC 2023?

If you want to be in the know real quick, here’s a recap of a few things announced at Apple’s WWDC Worldwide Developers Conference 2023.
You can always watch the full event here.

  • New 15” MacBook Air
  • MacBook Chip M2, Max and now Ultra
  • Mac Studio
  • Mac Pro
  • Apple Vision Pro VR headset (New)
  • The next version of macOS is called Sonoma
  • iOS17 Update for iPhones & iPad
  • Adaptive Audio for Air Pods
  • Watch OS10 update

iOS 17
New Contact posters
CallKit (for Developers)
Live Voicemail voice to text transcription
FaceTime – leave video msg

Few update to the user experience
New “check in feature
Live Stickers creator for messages

Now with NameDrop
SharePlay API (for Developers)

IOS17 – AutoCorrect with on device machine learning, quick in-line predictive text.

New Journal App
Journal – New App
Create personified journals from iPhone content
SuggestionsAPI (for developers)

New StandBy mode
When phone is turned on the side with design option smart stacks and can use widgets, photos, clock and more.
Standby adopts to light mode at night.No more “Hey” in Siri and leave back to back messages.

Apple Vision Pro VR headset (New)

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The cost of the Apple Vision Pro VR headset will be $3,499 USD (~$5,300 AUD) • Available in the US in early 2024 with other countries later next year.

  • New Apple Vision Pro VR headset features no controllers and a see-through display.
  • See-through display and a fully 3D interface controlled with your eyes, hands, and your voice.
  • Display system consists of two micro-OLED displays with a total of 23 million pixels.
  • Cameras both on the inside and outside, and Lidar scanners to track eye movement.
  • Apple M2 chip for computing running with an all-new chip R1 to processes input from cameras, sensors, and microphones on the device.
  • Support for numerous third-party apps, Unity games and apps.
  • The cost of the Apple Vision Pro VR headset will be $3,499 USD (~$5,300 AUD)
  • Available in early 2024 in the US before coming to other markets later in 2024.

That’s it, you’re now a WWDC 2023 expert. 

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