Apple shares photos of WWDC23 keynote at Apple Park
Apple has shared some photos of WWDC23 at Apple Park, where it held an in-person viewing of Monday’s main keynote for developers, members of the media and special guests, showing how attendees watched the pre-recorded event on large screens throughout the campus.
Developers from all over the world traveled to Apple Park for WWDC23, where Apple showed off iOS 17, macOS Sonoma, watchOS 10, and more, plus the iPhone maker’s first-ever AR/VR headset, Apple Vision Pro, and new Macs including a 15-inch MacBook Air with M2, updated Mac Studio and new M2 Ultra Mac Pro.
The main WWDC23 keynote kicked off at 10am PST, with Apple CEO Tim Cook taking to the stage prior to welcome guests.
Throughout the stream, viewers watched on as the latest Apple technologies were unveiled, with the crowds cheering as Apple Vision Pro was shown off to the world, a device that blends digital content with the physical world through a fully three-dimensional user interface controlled by a user’s eyes, hands, and voice.
Following the end of the keynote, members of the press were invited inside the Steve Jobs Theater to see the new Apple Vision Pro headset in person, with YouTubers including MKBHD getting a first-look at the device.
At WWDC23, Apple unveiled Apple Vision Pro, its revolutionary spatial computer; the 15-inch MacBook Air, along with the powerhouse Mac Studio and Mac Pro; the breakthrough M2 Ultra chip; and exciting new features coming to iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS Sonoma, watchOS 10, tvOS 17, and AirPods.