This Monday, June 5 at 7 p.m. Paris time, WWDC 2023 will take place. More than iOS 17 or a new MacBook Air, the keynote should not be marked by this. What’s more expected is Apple’s mixed reality headset, the Apple Glass/Reality Pro.
The official WWDC 23 poster // Source: Apple
There are only a few hours left before Apple’s next keynote, WWDC 2023. It will take place online at 7 p.m. The announcements could be very important, with an iOS 17 which would bring big news, but also and above all a mixed reality headset, whose name would be Apple Glass or Reality Pro.
Follow WWDC 2023 on our live Twitch
To watch Apple’s WWDC while understanding the challenges of the presentation, we invite you to follow it with us on Aroged’s Twitch channel, live. We will be available to answer your questions about the new features announced by Apple.
Our live will start at 6:30 p.m. and you will find Arnaud Gelineau, head of the video department, journalist and youtuber PP Garcia as well as our journalist Cassim Ketfi. Numerama journalist Nicolas Lellouche will also be present in duplex from Apple Park in Cupertino.
Apple’s official keynote live
Apple will of course have its own live, which can be viewed from the brand’s website on a dedicated page. For the moment, we only see the brand logo, bubble style and with colors on the borders, deforming in all directions.
The WWDC 2023 page on the Apple website // Source: Aroged
The live conference will also be available on Apple TV, but also on the manufacturer’s YouTube channel.
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What to expect from WWDC 2023?
The first announcement that should occur during this keynote is iOS 17, the new version of the iPhone operating system. An update that could be major: it could bring the possibility of installing other application stores, but also a more customizable lock screen and more accessibility options.
iPhone 14 Pro et son mode Always On // Source : The Verge
There should also be the presentation of watchOS 10, the Apple Watch operating system. New features could be there, such as synchronization with an iPad or a Mac.
Also, we should see the arrival of macOS 14, with a new 15-inch MacBook Air to launch it, but nothing revolutionary for Apple’s ecosystem is expected.
Craig Federighi, head of software at Apple // Source: Apple
But all these announcements are not much next to what Apple could show us. The company could present its first mixed reality helmet (mixing augmented reality and virtual reality).
We do not know exactly what it would be called: Apple Glass or Apple Reality Pro are the names that come up the most. We don’t really know its design either, so anything is possible.
Illustration of Tim Cook wearing Apple Glass // Source: Generated by AI with Stable Diffusion
Knowing Apple’s ability to democratize technologies that are struggling to take off, this headset could well revolutionize the virtual reality industry. In anticipation of the announcement, Apple has had two new areas built on its campus.
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