Apple’s annual developer conference has been scheduled to start on June 8th and will be running all week up to June 12th, the company confirmed. This years conference marks twenty-six straight years of WWDC, making it the longest running developer conference in history.
The conference will be taking place in Moscone West, “with more sessions than ever before streamed” online. WWDC should give developers a glimpse into the future of Apple’s mobile and desktop operating systems.
The conference will feature the highly popular Apple keynote, kicking off on the Monday of that week. Additionally, hundreds of technical sessions and thousands of Apple technicians will be on hand. The Apple Design Awards is also on their agenda. Continue reading this post ->