Apple’s invitation to WWDC23, headlined “Code new worlds”, further backs up claims of the appearance of Apple’s first AR/VR headset.

Just five days to go until Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference. Since the start of the pandemic, Apple have favoured pre-recorded live streams over on-stage demos in front of a live audience. This new approach gives a far more engaging presentation. The live stream will be followed by events throughout the week for developers.

While Apple’s still not giving away any clues, the new imagery and “Code new worlds” line continues to support claims of Apple’s AR/VR headset debut. A busy WWDC would also explain why Apple chose a press release for otherwise big software announcements, such as Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad. What else might we see at WWDC?

Where to stream WWDC23

Apple’s Keynote will be live streaming from Apple Park on Monday June 5, at 10am PT, 1pm ET, or 6pm in the UK. You can tune in for free on, the Apple TV app or on YouTube.