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Everything Announced at Apple’s WWDC 2023


Apple’s WWDC event kicked off with a keynote showing everything coming to the company’s lineup of devices. The big developer-focused event has been where the company gives us a first look at new software for iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and Macs. But this year, we have exciting new hardware reveals, too. 

This year seems set to be the latter, with plenty of rumors circulating around the tech giant’s mysterious augmented reality headset, a new 15-inch MacBook Air and the long-teased Apple silicon-powered Mac Pro

If you’re catching this while the event is ongoing, watch along with our live watch party. Want a detailed summary of everything announced as it happened? Give our live blog a look. Read on for the highlights of the presentation and links to our stories.

Apple SwiftUI logo

Apple’s icon for SwiftUI.


New MacBook Air 15

As was rumored, Apple has announced a new MacBook Air 15, a larger version of the MacBook Air 13 that launched last year. 

The MacBook Air 15 is powered by an M2 chip and gets up to 18 hours of battery life. Configurations can come with up to 24GB of memory and up to 2TB of storage, retailing for $1299 to start (or $1199 with a student discount).  

The 15-inch mode 11.5mm thick and 3.3 pounds, with two Thunderbolt ports and a Magsafe cable connector — along with a 3.5mm headphone jack. It has an above-display 1080p camera in a notch, three microphones and six speakers with force-cancelling subwoofers.


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