Apple focuses on Easter Eggs at WWDC 2024 invites

Apple likely to share generative AI integration plans in hardware and software
An undated image of an Apple invite for Worldwide Developers Conference. — Apple
An undated image of an Apple invite for Worldwide Developers Conference. — Apple

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is just around the corner. In the past week, the Cupertino-based tech giant shared invitations for its annual conference which would officially start on June 10 at Apple Park. This year, Apple's primary focus is on the potential Easter Eggs along with four rainbow-coloured rings.

Rumours are being spread that Apple is expected to share its generative artificial intelligence (AI) integration plans in hardware and software.

According to Bloomberg, these integrations and the consumer-facing features such as enhanced security are likely to be done in February.

Read more: WWDC 2024 — Apple invites developers, students for special event via email

One of the best things about Apple’s event is to decode the invitation for a better comprehension of what to expect.

The Cupertino's WWDC 2024 invite is very simple and basic unlike previous invites consisting multiple development tools and Memoji. But, from this invite, only a Easter Egg could be seen.

While, the colours used in the invite are similar to Apple's voice assistant, Siri which indicates that Apple is gearing up to incorporate language models to make complex shortcuts easier to access. Moreover, Apple is likely to test LLM which is also known as Ajax GPT.

The WWDC event is likely to begin at 10am on Monday (June 10), which is contrasting the early 7am beginning time for Apple’s virtual May iPad event, and etc.

The vibrant circles on the invitation reflect the lines of an overhead picture of Apple Park, and given that it is being held at Apple Park, it might be as easy as that.