WWDC 23 heralds the dawn of a new era, says Apple

Now, only a few days remain until the highly anticipated WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) of 2023. In order to create excitement and keep users engaged, the company has made an exclusive playlist available on Apple Music, titled “WWDC23 Warm-up Code“.

The playlist, available to Apple Music subscribers, features 25 carefully selected songs to energize developers and enthusiasts during the event.

Among the artists included in the list are Miley Cyrus, Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran, and Jonas Brothers. According to Apple, the playlist was created to provide an engaging and exciting musical experience, marking the beginning of the season with the best tracks.

A New Era

In an official tweet, Apple included the provocative phrase “A new era begins“. This statement has generated speculations, fueling the expectation that WWDC will bring significant news and revolutionary advancements from the company.

Recent rumors indicate that Apple may unveil its long-awaited mixed reality headset, the Apple Reality Pro, during the conference.

This device, promising a unique immersive experience, would be a premium product with an estimated price of around $3,000.

It is speculated that the headset will feature advanced specifications such as a three-display configuration and the ability to switch between augmented and virtual reality modes.

In addition to the playlist, Apple has been dropping hints about the “new era” in its promotional campaigns.

The slogan “Code new worlds” has been added to the official WWDC page, further increasing curiosity and expectations among brand fans.

WWDC 2023 is scheduled for Monday, June 5th, and promises to be a highly relevant event for Apple developers and enthusiasts.

How to Watch WWDC Live

There are several options available to watch WWDC:

  1. Apple’s Official Website: Apple usually livestreams the conference on their official website. You’ll find the link to watch the live stream there.
  2. Apple TV App: The event is also livestreamed through the Apple TV app, on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV devices.
  3. Apple’s Official YouTube Channel: Apple typically streams WWDC on their official YouTube channel. Visit and check if there’s a scheduled live stream event. Watch the conference live directly on YouTube.
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