June 4th to June 8th.
McEnery Convention Centre in San Jose.
The keynote will be live-streamed on the Apple Events Page.
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You can find out more about WWDC18 on the Apple Developers Page.
Apple has announced the details of its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC). As rumoured, the event will be taking place at the McEnery Convention Centre in San Jose. The annual event will last for five days starting on 4th June to 8th June.
Every-time Apple announces an upcoming event they always release an image teasing at what could be announced at the event. The speculation continues as many Twitter users suggest that new features for augmented reality – which Apple has been focusing on in the past year – could be announced on-stage.
The official keynote date has not been announced yet – however, if Apple is following last years schedule the keynote should be held on Monday 4th June 2018. Where the company is expected to reveal the latest software for each of their products; iOS 12, macOS 10.14, watchOS 5 and finally tvOS 12.
In terms of hardware – it’s just speculation, rumours are swirling that new iPad Pro’s with Face ID could be announced and potentially an iPhone SE 2. If you’re a developer for any of Apple’s platforms and want to know the latest innovations and frameworks, then WWDC18 is the perfect place for you.
Apple will be hosting sessions, talks with guests and one-to-ones with engineers. However, there might just be a few hurdles – starting with the cost of a ticket which is $1599 USD and the fact Apple is using a ‘lottery’ ticket selection system which is due to the demand. So overall, WWDC18 is looking extremely promising for developers and users in the Apple eco-system. We’ll have more coverage of WWDC closer to the time.
By Kain Monty
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