Apple WWDC 2017 conference officially announced on 5 June 2017
Ding ding ding! Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is coming back and it was recently announced that the event will be scheduled to go live on 5 June 2017 at 10AM (Pacific Time). So what can we expect from the keynote event?
Well, we can be sure to see new announcements of iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. Updated iMacs and a new Apple Siri speaker could make an appearance too, but that’s just a rumor that we haven’t heard much about it yet. It was speculated that the iPhone 8 could have an early revealing at the conference, but we shall see. On top of that, we could also see a new iPhone SE (2017) there as well.
About 5000 developers will attend the conference to engage with Apple engineers on the host app development sessions. If you’re interested in the live stream, MacRumours will be hosting a live blog on their website and we will be sure to catch on it too.
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