Apple WWDC 2024 preview: iPadOS/iOS 18 on the same stage

Apple has announced that its 2024 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held from June 10 to June 14, which coincidentally coincides with the Dragon Boat Festival holiday.

Apple officials say:

Attend Apple's largest annual developer event online. Witness the release of Apple's latest platforms, technologies and tools. Learn how to create and improve your apps and games. Interact with Apple designers and engineers and connect with the global developer community. All of these events are free and online.

Explore a variety of new tools, frameworks, and features to help you build your ideal apps and games. Learn new skills through video lectures and meet one-on-one with Apple experts to advance your projects and refine your ideas.

SwiftStudentChallenge is designed to support and inspire the next generation of developers, creators, and entrepreneurs. On March 28, Pacific Time, we will announce this year's winners. Winners will be eligible to attend a special event at ApplePark. We'll also select 50 outstanding winners who will be invited to Cupertino for three days of extraordinary experiences, including attending special events at ApplePark.

The various operating systems expected to be announced during WWDC 2024 are listed below:

  • visionOS
  • iOS/iPadOS 18
  • tvOS 18
  • watchOS 11
  • macOS 15

Greg Joswiak, Apple's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, said on social media, "Don't forget to mark your calendars for WWDC24, an event that's sure to surprise!"

It's worth noting that Greg Joswiak purposely spelled the initials "AbsolutelyIncredible" in all caps, which together form "AI," seemingly suggesting that the focus of this year's WWDC could be AI-related. Related.

According to previous media reports, Apple plans to work with OpenAI, Google, Baidu and other strong AI companies to jointly launch new AI features to assist users in their daily lives, rather than launching its own generative AI chatbot in iOS18.


Compared to national brands that have long been equipped with AI assistants, Apple seems to be half a year late again this time. One step slower seems to have always been Apple's label, but they can always bring some surprises in the steady forward progress.

However, the rate of progress of the big AI models is being counted in weeks or even days, is Apple's tardiness a strategy of latecomers or is it starting to fall behind in the new era? Let's stay tuned to see what kind of surprises Apple will bring us at WWDC2024.

Author: King
Copyright: PCPai.COM

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