One of tech’s major events of the year is Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), which this year takes place from June 5-9. WWDC 2017 will be moving back to its original venue in San Jose, the McEnery Convention Centre. The Moscone Centre in San Francisco is currently under renovation for an expansion.
We can expect the usual fare from this year’s WWDC where Apple likes to wow the media and developers in attendance with its latest growth figures. Expect likely updates for iOS, macOS, watchOS and possibly a TV OS as well. Don’t expect any hardware-related updates as that’s usually kept in store for later on in the year. That’s assuming Apple isn’t in a mood to surprise – something it hasn’t been for a while now.
Tickets are being offered through a lottery system due to the high demand every year that used to see tickets sell out in minutes. Apple has begun live streaming its events so you’ll be able to tune in for the keynote through its website. Apple is reportedly working with the city of San Jose and local businesses to celebrate the return of WWDC with a host of special experiences throughout the week, according to its press release.