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Apple has announced that WWDC 2024 will take place from 10 June to 14 June

By Kenny Yeo - on 27 Mar 2024, 8:20am

Apple has announced that WWDC 2024 will take place from 10 June to 14 June

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Mark your calendars, folks. Apple has just announced that WWDC 2024 will be happening this year from 10 June to 14 June.

If you are new to Apple, WWDC is the annual event where Apple details updates to its operating systems. This means iOS, macOS, iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS, and for this year, perhaps also visionOS. 

We could also see new hardware. At WWDC 2023 last year, Apple unveiled the 15-inch MacBook Air and also the Vision Pro headset.

This year's event is likely to be centred around AI. A report last month said that Apple acquired 32 AI startups last year, and CEO Tim Cook has said that the company is "excited to share the details" of its work in AI.

Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, Greg Joswiak, also said in a tweet that WWDC 2024 is going to be "Absolutely Incredible". Notice how he deliberately capitalised the first two letters of the words because they spell "AI".

And if Apple doesn't announce any more new Macs between now and then, there's a good chance we'll see updated Mac desktops. The Mac mini, Mac Studio, and Mac Pro have all yet to receive Apple's latest M3 chip and WWDC 2024 would be the perfect time and place to announce new versions of them.

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