Apple's WWDC Is Confirmed For June. Here's How You Can Watch It

You can attend it in-person or stream it online.

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Apple's highly anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is set for June 10

This year's WWDC is sparking excitement and speculation among tech enthusiasts.

While hardware announcements are not customary, the event promises valuable insights into software updates and developer sessions.

Rumours suggest a potential artificial intelligence reveal, although specifics remain speculative amidst recent discussions with Google and other firms utilising genAI technology.

In-person attendance for developers will be determined by lottery, but online sessions will ensure widespread access to conference content

Apple's new Developer YouTube channel will feature WWDC videos, expanding accessibility to Apple users and fans of the brand.

You can also apply to attend the WWDC in-person via the official Apple site or the Apple Developer app

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