Apple’s WWDC 2024 keynote is scheduled for June 10 at 1 p.m. ET

Apple just announced that its WWDC 2024 keynote is scheduled for 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET on June 10 at the Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California. The remaining festivities for the 35th edition of WWDC will run until June 14, online and free of charge for developers.

What should we expect at this year’s keynote? WWDC is usually a software-focused event, so we may hear some details about the work Apple has been doing around AI over the last year. Other reports indicate that Apple will show a set of upcoming updates, including iOS 18, iPadOS 18, tvOS 18, macOS 15, and watchOS 11, according to MacRumors. The company is also likely to reveal the next operating system for the recently launched Apple Vision Pro headphones, visionOS 2.

We may even get some new hardware announcements. While typically software-adjacent, last year’s WWDC was packed with product announcements, from the aforementioned Vision Pro to the 15-inch M2 MacBook Air. The Mac Mini hasn’t appeared in recent product updates, so perhaps the company will announce an M3-based update.

As for new software, there have been a lot of rumors about iOS 18. It has been reported that Apple could integrate Google’s Gemini AI with Siri and various iPhone apps. See the suspicious capitalization of “Absolutely Incredible” in Apple’s VP of Worldwide Marketing Brad Joswiak’s post above for a nod of acknowledgment to the measure. It has also been suggested that the smartphone’s software will allow users to place apps anywhere on the home screen grid and offer RCS support in the Messages app, along with the usual range of layout changes.

The main event will be available on the Apple Developer app, Apple’s website, and YouTube. The company is also inviting 50 winners of its annual Swift Student Challenge to attend WWDC in person.

Update, May 28, 1:15 p.m.: This story was updated after its original publication on March 26 to include the time of Apple’s WWDC 2024 keynote.

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