Welcome to day 3 of WWDC! Hope you’re staying fresh and focused — we’ve got a lot to show you today. Here’s a look at what the day has in store. (And make sure you don’t miss a thing this week by signing up for WWDC notifications in the Developer app — available for iPhone, iPad, and Mac.)
Travel back in time
But only to yesterday: Here’s the official recap of WWDC21, Day 2.
Symbols, signals, and sessions
Check out more than 60 new sessions: Demystify SwiftUI. Strike a pose (a hand pose, that is). And explore a series of concurrency sessions (which happen one at a time, we promise) in Swift.
Review code and collaborate in Xcode
Discover geometry-aware audio with the Physical Audio Spatialization Engine (PHASE)
Detect people, faces, and poses using Vision
Explore advanced rendering with RealityKit 2
Enhance your app with Metal ray tracing
AR Quick Look, meet Object Capture
Meet TextKit 2
Adopt Quick Note
Secure login with iCloud Keychain verification codes
Triage TestFlight crashes in Xcode Organizer
Symbolication: Beyond the basics
Swift concurrency: Update a sample app
Is that a challenge?
Discover fun, interactive ways to learn about the latest technologies and frameworks. Challenge yourself to explore something new this WWDC — and share your creations with others through the Developer Forums (WWDC21-challenges), select Digital Lounges, and social media (#WWDC21Challenges).
A trivial night in the lounges
Tonight is Trivia Night in the Developer Tools Digital Lounge, where you’ll face rapid-fire multiple choice questions on tools and frameworks starting at 7 p.m. PDT. And at midday, we host engineers Josh Shaffer and Jacob Xiao for a live Q&A starting at 3 p.m. PT.
Explore an accessible world
At 11 a.m. PDT, engineers and designers behind the Apple Watch share stories about Apple’s approach to accessible design, constant iteration, and community engagement.
Coming Jun 9
Accessibility by design: An Apple Watch for everyone
Speaking of music…
We explored the power of music and audio with the sonic wizards behind five of our favorite apps: the kids’ sandbox Pok Pok Playroom, the interactive bedtime story Loona, the incredible AI-powered NaadSadhana, the inclusive and inventive If Found…, and the extremely summery Poolsuite FM. Find out how they make their apps sound note-perfect right here.
Mindful Cooldowns for Coding… powered by Fitness+
Close out Wednesday at WWDC at 3 p.m. PDT with a 10-minute Mindful Cooldown for Coding with Fitness+ trainer Jessica Skye.
Coming Jun 9
Wednesday’s Mindful Cooldown for Coding… brought to you by Fitness+
That’s it! See you tomorrow!