The annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will take place from June 10 to June 14. Apple traditionally announces new versions of its operating systems on the first day of WWDC. Apple is expected to reveal iOS 18, iPadOS 18, as well as new versions of watchOS, tvOS, macOS, and visionOS this year.

As in previous years, Apple will hold the WWDC online, but developers and students can attend an event at Apple Park on June 10 to watch the keynote, meet Apple team members, and participate in special activities. The availability will, however, be limited. There is information about participation here, where you need to request to attend.

The online event is free for anyone to attend. According to Apple, developers will have “unique access to Apple experts, as well as insights into new tools, frameworks, and features” throughout the event in order to “elevate their apps and games.”

As well as video sessions, there will be “opportunities to engage with Apple designers and engineers and connect with the worldwide developer community.”.