Today Apple announced that its annual developer conference, WWDC, will be returning from 2017 on June 5th and will last through to June 9th.

Apple normally uses the show as a way to present new things for developers to use for its software, including iOS, macOS, WatchOS, and tvOS, however, they also use it as a press conference to unveil new software features and possibly even new hardware to members of the press.

This year we expect to see new versions of all of Apple’s operating systems, however, we haven’t heard much in terms of rumours or leaks just yet, but we do expect to see some of those leaks and rumours coming over the next few weeks.

Interestingly, the event won’t be hosted in Moscone West, San Francisco this year. For the first time in a decade and a half they will instead be hosting the event at Sand Jose’s McEnry Convention Center, which they previously used through the year’s of 1988 to 2002.

That’s probably because Moscone West is scheduled for refurbishments during June.

If you are interested in attending, you will have to register to the Apple Developer Program or the Apple Developer Enterprise Program and then for WWDC itself on March 27th at 10AM PT/ 6PM GMT.

As usual, tickets will be offered by random selection.

We will be sure to update you with more information about this event as time goes on.

In the meantime, you can find out more about the event at the source link below.

Source: Apple

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