- All developers may access the whole conference online, including a special in-person event on June 5 at Apple Park.
- The Swift Student Challenge is now accepting entries to April 19.
From June 5 to June 9, 2023, Apple will organize its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) online. the first day of the conference, developers and students will have the chance to celebrate in person at a spectacular event at Apple Park. The newest developments in iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS will be highlighted at WWDC23, which is free for all developers. The event will also give developers exclusive access to Apple engineers as well as knowledge of new technologies and tools to help them realize their ambitions as part of Apple’s continuous commitment to assisting developers in the creation of creative apps.
Susan Prescott, vice president of Global Developer Relations at Apple, “WWDC is one of our favorite times of the year because it’s a chance to meet with the great developers from across the world who make this community so wonderful.” WWDC23 is going to be our biggest and most exciting event yet, we are looking forward to seeing many of you both online and in person.
This year’s online program will include sessions, one-on-one labs, and chances to connect with Apple engineers and other developers, in addition to news from the keynote and State of the Union talks.
On June 5, developers and students will also have the chance to join a special day at Apple Park with the rest of the world’s online community to witness the keynote and State of the Union. Details on how to apply to attend this physical event are available on the Apple Developer website and app, and space is expected to be limited.
The Swift Student Challenge, one of several Apple programs that aims to elevate developers and students of all ages who love to code, is a chance to assist student developers at WWDC23. Students from all around the world are asked to develop an app playground on a topic of their choice using Swift Playgrounds, a cutting-edge tool for iPad and Mac that makes learning the Swift programming language interactive and exciting.
The time for students to submit their work for this year’s competition is April 19. Visit the Swift Student Challenge website for additional details.