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Apple Releases Dates for WWDC Conference; AI Strategy and Consumer Features in Focus


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Apple has officially announced the dates for its highly anticipated annual developers conference, WWDC, scheduled to take place from June 10 through June 14. While the conference will be livestreamed on Apple’s website, the company plans to host some software makers at its campus on the first day for an in-person celebration.

With expectations running high, this year’s WWDC could mark the revelation of Apple’s much-anticipated artificial intelligence (AI) strategy alongside consumer-oriented features. Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted at significant investments in AI, teasing an AI-related announcement later in the year, widely speculated to occur during the Worldwide Developers Conference.

Traditionally, WWDC serves as a platform for Apple to unveil the latest iterations of its iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV software through a keynote presentation led by CEO Tim Cook and other executives. These presentations are streamed on various platforms, including Apple’s website and YouTube. Past conferences have also witnessed announcements of new professional-oriented hardware, such as Mac laptops.

In addition to showcasing software updates, Apple intends to reveal the first major software update for the Vision Pro, its virtual reality headset launched earlier this year, further amplifying the excitement surrounding WWDC 2024.

As the countdown to WWDC begins, anticipation mounts for Apple enthusiasts and developers alike, eager to witness the tech giant’s latest innovations and strategic moves in the realm of AI and beyond.