Today Apple sent out some invites to members of the press for their upcoming WWDC 2017 conference, confirming that the event will kick off in June with the main event set for June 5th.

Of course, this main event will be Apple’s keynote, which will take place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.

This has been scheduled for 10AM PT on June 5th, which is also the first day of the conference, we don’t know what Apple will reveal during it, however, we expect to see some new stuff for iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS.

It is also possible that there will be some new hardware updates, as Apple has used the event to announce hardware previously.

Of course, we will update you as we hear more from the show.

That centre will also host the rest of the developer conference, which is quite the change for the company who used San Francisco in the past.

The reason for this is because it is closer to the Apple Campus than the previously used Moscone Center, allowing members of Apple’s engineering team to spend more time at the four-day conference.

WWDC 2017 will begin on June 5th and will last up until June 9th. Be sure to keep up with TechNutty up until then and after for the latest.

 

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