Coming earlier than usual, Apple has announced dates for this year’s edition of its biggest event of the year – the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The Apple WWDC 2017 will take place in San Jose from June 5 -9, 2017 and return to its roots – the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
While the Cupertino-based giant does not attend conventional events such as Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and Mobile World Congress (MWC); Apple’s WWDC aims to bring together developers from all over the world to interact and learn about the future of Apple platforms (iOS, MacOS, tvOS & WatchOS).
In addition to the lineup of keynote speakers planned, the conference will also feature a number of other exciting events for developers such as technical sessions, hands-on labs with Apple engineers and “very special experiences around the city throughout the WWDC week.”.
San Jose is much closer to Apple’s Cupertino Headquarters & few minutes away from the company’s new San Jose campus. The city had been the original home of the WorldWide Developer Conference from 1988 – 2002.
Sometime during the Spring season, developers will be able to apply for tickets to the WWDC 2017. Those unable to attend or secure tickets to the events will be able to stream footage from the conference through the dedicated WWDC app for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV, also via Apple’s developer website.
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