Apple's 2023 Worldwide Developers Confernce (WWDC) will be held on June 5 US Pacific time, or June 6 New Zealand time.
The event will be held online and last for four days, with developer access to Apple engineers and the latest on iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS advancements.
An in-person event to watch the keynote and State of the Union presentations will take place at Apple Park, with limited space for attendees and Covid-19 health protection protocols.
It is aimed at current Apple developer program members, Entrepreneur Camp alumni and Swift Student Challenge winner from 2020 to 2022.
Apple is also inviting students from around the world to create an app playground on the topic of their choice, for the Swift Student Challenge this year.
Entries are open until April 19 US time.
Apple Music Classical app launches
Separately, Apple launched its long-awaited classical music streaming service app this week.
Apple Music Classical is available for iOS only, via the App Store, and offers a catalogue of over five million.
The service provides lossless audio of up to 24 bit resolution and 192 kHz sampling rate, with Spatial Audio and Dolby Atmos for 360 degree soundscapes.
Available at no additional cost for existing Apple Music subscribers, the service features a redesigned search that allows listeners to look for, from composers to their works, opus numbers, conductors, musicians, instruments and piece nicknames.
The search can present additional information such as the recordings of a piece, editor's choice of performances, and other works by composers.