Apple asking developers to provide feedback on WWDC23
Apple is asking developers to provide feedback on WWDC23 through a new online survey, which asks for thoughts on the annual Worldwide Developers Conference that took place earlier this month.
The survey, which is displayed on the Apple Developer webpage, developer.apple.com, asks users to provide feedback on all aspects of the week-long conference, including the main keynote, Platforms State of the Union, online sessions, and more.
Throughout the questionnaire, participants are asked to leave feedback on what was the most exciting or impactful thing they learned at WWDC23, as well as what they would have changed about the conference.
In the survey, Apple asks how developers prefer would attend future WWDCs, asking whether it should switch back to its previous in-person keynotes, or if it should continue with a hybrid approach that combines online sessions with a special in-person element for selected developers.
WWDC23 saw Apple unveil its next-generation operating systems for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch, including iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS Sonoma and watchOS 10, as well as a first-look at the all-new Apple Vision Pro mixed-reality headset, which will be available beginning in the US next year.
- Apple announces iOS 17 with StandBy feature, new Journal app, Message improvements, and more
- iPadOS 17 announced with Lock Screen widgets, Health app, new tools in Freeform, and more
- Apple announces macOS Sonoma, adding new Game Mode, Safari updates, desktop widgets, and more
- Apple unveils watchOS 10, bringing full app redesigns, new Health features, Workout app improvements, and more
- Apple reveals all-new $3,499 Apple Vision Pro headset: Apple’s first-ever mixed-reality wearable
Other questions asked in the survey include how developers get receive the latest news, whether it be directly from Apple or third-party sites, and what they would like to see in future WWDC events.