Apple WWDC Be Held From 13-17th June

Posted: Jan 20 2016, 1:09pm CST | by , Updated: Jan 20 2016, 1:13pm CST, in Apple


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Apple WWDC Be Held From 13-17th June

Apple arranges a Worldwide Developers Conference every year.

The venue for the conference is usually the Moscone West convention center in San Francisco, California.

Apple’s this year’s calendar events are hinting us about the date and month of the event.

As per Apple’s own calendar, the event might be between June 13th and June 17th this year.

The dates are expected to clash with the other events scheduled. It is important to note that Apple has yet not announced anything about the event.

We will not be able to know about the event officially until the tickets are available for purchase. However, the only available dates are around mid June.

According to Moscone Center’s scheduled info, events are arranged for all the time period. Apple mostly opts for the third week of June.

For the past years, the event has been scheduled for the same time period and this year seems no exception.

As for WWDC, it has proved itself to be the biggest developer’s event of the year.

The event has proved itself to be the hub of the most important news and announcements of the year.

Moreover, the keynote of this year is expected to be the biggest of all time.

We can believe that the event would be the grandest event of the year, regarding the already fired rumors that iOS 10 and OS X 10.12 will unveil on the same event.

Just think that Apple can also announce a new version of watchOS and tvOS. This is enough to leave us all excited.

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