Apple’s WWDC 2024 keynote is scheduled for June 10 at 1PM ET

Apple's WWDC 2024 keynote is set for June 10, featuring software updates and possibly new hardware.

: Apple has scheduled its WWDC 2024 keynote for June 10 at 1PM ET, promising updates on software platforms and potentially new hardware. The event will showcase new developments in iOS, macOS, watchOS, and more, including possibly the new visionOS 2 for Apple Vision Pro headset. The keynote will also be available online and will invite notable participants, including Swift Student Challenge winners.

Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) for 2024 has been announced to commence with a keynote on June 10 at 1PM ET, scheduled to take place at the Apple Park campus in Cupertino. This event marks the 35th edition of the WWDC, which will run until June 14. The keynote is expected to present an array of software updates including iOS 18, macOS 15, watchOS 11, and tvOS 18, alongside a potential update for the recently released Apple Vision Pro's operating system—visionOS 2. There’s speculation about new integrations and improvements in these updates, focusing on AI enhancements and user experience improvements.

In addition to software, there might be some hardware surprises as well given the precedents set in last year’s conference with multiple product announcements including major updates to the MacBook Air. Speculation around new hardware this year includes an updated Mac Mini featuring an M3 processor, suggesting a significant refresh in Apple's hardware lineup alongside its software innovations. The anticipation for these announcements builds on Apple's tradition of integrating its software and hardware ecosystems to provide a seamless user experience across all its devices.

The WWDC event not only serves as a platform for Apple to reveal its tech updates but also as an interactive forum for developers and students. It will be broadcasted through the Apple Developer app, Apple's website, and YouTube, ensuring accessibility to a wider audience. Additionally, Apple is extending invitations to 50 winners of its Swift Student Challenge, allowing aspiring developers to engage directly with Apple's latest technologies and their developers. This inclusivity highlights Apple's commitment to fostering a supportive community for developers and promoting innovation in software development.