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The annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is highly anticipated in the computer sector, particularly among Pakistan’s expanding group of Apple lovers and other around the globe. The tech giant’s most recent hardware and software breakthroughs are the subject of rumors and conjecture, making WWDC 2024 an event to remember. Apple’s WWDC is an annual event that brings together developers, tech enthusiasts, and industry experts from around the world. Set to take place from June 10 to June 14, 2024. Let’s explore what makes this event a must-watch and what we can expect from this year’s conference.

The Significance of WWDC

There are numerous reason why one would be so eager to see what WWDC has got in store for them. Here are a couple of reasons why:

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  1. Software Showdown: At WWDC, Apple releases the most recent versions of its iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and visionOS operating systems. The user experience on millions of devices globally is shaped by these upgrades.
  2. Developer Insights: WWDC offers a wealth of information, resources, and tools for developers. It’s an opportunity to work with other developers, attend technical workshops, and gain direct knowledge from Apple professionals.
  3. Innovation Exhibition: WWDC demonstrates Apple’s dedication to innovation with its new features and state-of-the-art technology. WWDC 2024 lays the groundwork for future developments in AI, AR, and privacy.

What You Can Expect At WWDC 2024!?

While there are a lot of things to cover in this years WWDC as usual, here are our top 4 picks of the most anticipated insights you’ll be able to see in person:

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  1. iOS 18: AI Becomes the Main Event: We anticipate that iOS 18 will alter everything. Apple will modernize app interactions, improve picture editing, and strengthen Siri with its focus on generative AI features. Imagine coding help in Xcode that is similar to GitHub Copilot, auto-generated summaries in Mail, and intelligent Safari surfing. Transcription skills and wellness coaching powered by AI are also in the works.
  2. visionOS 2: A Novel Approach: Apple is going to unveil visionOS, a platform devoted to computer vision and augmented reality (AR), for the first time. Anticipate improvements like enhanced picture editing, increased accessibility choices, and the creation of clip art. visionOS wants to change the way we use our smartphones to engage with the outside world.
  3. Customizing the Home Screen on macOS: There will be new enhancements for macOS, such better personalization options for the home screen. You won’t be limited by the top-left corner grid and will be able to arrange widgets and icons anywhere you like. Moreover, system-wide color adjustments for program icons will give your Mac experience a new perspective.
  4. watchOS 11: Health and Extras: Fans of Apple Watches should anticipate watchOS 11. In addition to improvements in fitness, watchOS will come with new animations, enhanced messaging effects, and enhanced compatibility with other Apple products. Prepare yourself for a smooth wrist-to-phone interaction.


It’s a rare chance to attend WWDC in person or digitally. Developers have access to online laboratories, consultations, and technical workshops all week long. This is an opportunity for interaction, education, and future ecosystem shaping for Apple.

So, whether you’re a seasoned developer or simply curious about the future of technology, WWDC 2024 invites you to join this global community. Tune in to the Keynote, explore technical sessions, and connect with experts. As the week unfolds, remember that innovation knows no bounds, and the next big breakthrough could be just a click away!

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Zayaan Khan
A Mechanical Engineer who wrangles with drones and designs by day and your favorite friendly neighborhood techie/ gearhead by night. I’ve always been intrigued by how everything works. Blessed with penmanship, I take the latest in tech/ automotive news and craft it into something that keeps you glued to your screen! You can simply call me the “The Engineer who writes”