WWDC 2024 Set for June 10-14, Expect iOS 18, macOS 15, visionOS 2, etc

Mar 26, 2024 - 2 Comments

WWDC 2024

Apple has announced their annual developer conference, WWDC, will take place from June 10 to June 14 of this year.

The majority of WWDC 2024 will be online, however there will be an in-person event and keynote speech on June 10, at Apple’s Cupertino California headquarters.

Apple typically unveils new versions of upcoming system software at the Worldwide Developer Conference, and this year we can assume that iOS 18, MacOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 11, tvOS 18, and visionOS 2 will debut.

Sometimes Apple announces new products or hardware at WWDC as well, though it’s unclear if that will happen this year.

Apple is also expected to focus prominently on AI, or Artificial Intelligence, at WWDC 2024, where it’s rumored that AI helper components will be built into operating systems and individual apps.

Separately, there are reports from Bloomberg that Apple has been in talks with Google to use the Gemini AI product to power various AI features on iPhone. Gemini is a large language model from Google that launched recently as a ChatGPT competitor, but not without some controversy regarding certain subjects, accuracy, and image generations. ChatGPT has also been shown to include many of the same troubles and biases. A recent study commissioned by the US government determined that AI could potentially pose an “extinction-level threat to the human species.” Despite all of those reasonable concerns, AI tools like Gemini and ChatGPT are incredibly useful for completing day-to-day tasks, and it’s likely that Apple will use these tools in helpful ways.

If you’re a developer, student, or simply interested in Apple’s annual developer conference, be sure to visit the Apple Developer WWDC24 page here.


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  1. Nomar says:

    Does anyone really want AI in their operating system?

    • Maddie says:

      Ha! I certainly don’t.
      Have played a ton with an imaging AI app, and while amazing at first, I haven’t used it in ages. In some ways it becomes dark & repetitive.

      After having played around in it, it’s become recognizable & distinctive. –Which might not be a bad thing for people to learn to recognize.

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