An Apple employee gives us clues about what to expect at WWDC2023

Apple Announces 2023 Worldwide Developers Conference It will be held in Cupertino Next June 5 to 9And although the event will be online, there will be a face-to-face presentation on the same day as the keynote, as happened last year.

WWDC2023 is the annual developer event where Apple presents all its new operating systems: iOS 17, iPadOS, etc. Additionally, Cupertino natives usually take the opportunity to deliver hardware news, although that doesn’t always happen. It turns out that the person in charge of Apple events gave us exactly what is interesting Two of the most interesting songs on his Instagram account.

A huge, huge WWDC

Steven Hoon, Apple is responsible for everything related to eventsHe shared two stories on his Instagram account that give us a small hint of what we can expect during WWDC.

In the first of two stories, he posts that WWDC is Apple’s next event and, more interestingly, “may be their biggest event yet.” Can we learn from this? This WWDC will bring something interesting? Something like… a virtual reality headset?

To add more fuel to the fire, we see a second story in black An emoji with sunglasses. Some glasses. We all think alike, right?

"We will talk about it for years": I have attended previous ones and I am sure this WWDC23 will be more than iOS 17 or Apple Reality Pro.

However, we do not believe this is cause for serious alarm. Apparently, these stories are approved by Apple, otherwise this man would have already lost his job. Maybe it’s a way of giving a subtle clue or playing clueless. In any case, Not sure we’ll find out until the keynote On June 5.

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