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When will Apple announce WWDC 2024? Here's what to expect

As June approaches, we've been getting a lot of questions from eager 9to5Mac readers about when Apple will officially announce WWDC 2024. after all, there are big rumors that new AI features are coming soon. This is what history tells us…

History WWDC Announcements

Here's a quick look at when Apple announced WWDC over the past few years:

  • 2017: February 16
  • 2018: March 13.
  • 2019: March 14.
  • 2020: March 13.
  • 2021: March 30.
  • 2022: April 5 .
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  • 2023: March 29.

Based on these dates, Apple will likely announce WWDC 2024 sometime within the next two to three weeks. The company typically posts this announcement on its developer website and in a press release posted to Apple's newsroom.

When is WWDC 2024?

WWDC is usually held during the first full week of June. This year, that means the event will begin on June 3 this week. Here are the dates for previous WWDC events:

  • 2017: June 5–9.
  • 2018: June 4–8.
  • 2019 .: June 3–9. 7.
  • 2020: June 22–26.
  • 2021: June 7–11.
  • 2022: June 6–10.
  • 2023: June 5–9.

What to expect from WWDC 2024

Although last year's WWDC will go down in the history books Given the launch of Apple Vision Pro, there is still a lot to be excited about at WWDC 2024.

The star of the show this year will likely be iOS 18 and its host of new artificial intelligence features. Apple is working on an updated version of Siri powered by generative AI, as well as new AI features for iWork, Apple Music, Xcode, Messages and more.

In addition to iOS 18, Apple will also announce iPadOS 18, macOS 15, watchOS 11 and tvOS 18 at WWDC this year. We also can't forget about Apple Vision Pro, for which Apple is announcing VisionOS 2 at WWDC.

On the hardware side, we're still waiting for the M3 Mac Studio and Mac Pro versions. Whether they will be revealed at WWDC remains to be seen, but M2 versions were announced at WWDC last year.

Summing up

What would you most like to see at WWDC 2024? Personally, I'm looking forward to VisionOS 2 and to see what Apple has planned for Vision Pro's second year. Apple is also heavily reliant on the new artificial intelligence features rumored to be coming in iOS 18. I'm curious to see which new features arrive this year and which end up being delayed.

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