Apple today announced that its next Worldwide Developer Conference will take place from 5th June to 9th June in San Jose. This time, the venue for the conference will be McEnery Convention Center instead of previous Moscone West in San Francisco. The new venue is also just a few footsteps away from Apple’s new headquarters in Cupertino.
If you are not aware, Apple’s WWDC generally hosts all the latest and upcoming development at the software front. The global handset manufacturer is expected to talk about the latest developments happening in iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. This year, Apple is likely to bring iOS 11 along with OS X 10.13 for Mac. We are also expected to see some development in Apple’s watchOS as well.
Besides, this year’s WWDC will also host numerous interactions between 1000 Apple engineers and thousands of developers coming from all around the world for the event. The event will start at 10:30 PM (IST) on the 5th of June and will also be streamed online on Apple’s developer website and WWDC app for Apple devices. If you are interested in attending the event, the chances are not much high even if you are ready to pay the amount as Apple conducts a random selection process to sell out tickets. Nevertheless, the tickets are priced at $1599 (Rs 1,07,000).