Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is an annual event that gathers developers and tech enthusiasts to showcase the latest advancements in Apple's ecosystem, including software updates and new technologies. This year, Apple plans to host WWDC 2024 from June 10 to 14, offering a blend of online accessibility and in-person experiences. The conference serves as a pivotal moment for Apple to connect with its developer community and introduce new tools and features designed to enhance app and game development.

Key Update

Apple's WWDC 2024 is set to be a comprehensive event, spotlighting the latest in iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and the intriguing visionOS. This year, developers and tech enthusiasts will have the unique opportunity to partake in the event both online and through a special in-person experience at Apple Park on June 10. Notably, the conference will offer insights into innovative tools, frameworks, and features, with a special focus on elevating app and game development. Anticipation is high for updates on Apple's engagement with artificial intelligence (AI), especially in how it will be integrated across Apple devices, potentially reshaping user interaction and functionalities. Moreover, WWDC 2024 arrives amid Apple's legal challenges, with a recent antitrust lawsuit highlighting the tech giant's influential role in the tech ecosystem and its strategies around app distribution and device interoperability.

Apple's SVP Greg "Joe" Joswiak has been quoted saying the event will be "Absolutely Incredible" in what seems to be a nod to Artificial Intelligence, the term which has the same initials.

Technical Terms


Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, an annual event for showcasing software updates and new technologies.

iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, visionOS

Operating systems developed by Apple for their various devices, including iPhones, iPads, Mac computers, Apple Watches, Apple TV, and the Apple Vision Pro headset, respectively.

AI (Artificial Intelligence)

Technology enabling computers and devices to simulate human intelligence, including learning, reasoning, and self-correction.

Generative AI

A type of AI that can generate text, images, or other content that has not been explicitly programmed.