Apple’s upcoming five-day-long Worldwide Developers Conference 2018 (WWDC 2018) could run from June 4 through June 8.
For as long as we can remember, Apple has hosted its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June – and it doesn’t look like this year’s going to be any different.
A source familiar with the Cupertino firm’s plans told MacRumors that WWDC 2018 will take place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California sometime in June.
We took a look at the venue’s calendar and found that it’s booked from June 11 through June 28 for a host of summits, leaving June 4 through June 8 free for WWDC 2018.
- June 11-14: O’Reilly Velocity Conference
- June 17-21: DataWorks Summit and Hadoop Summit
- June 26-28: Sensors Expo & Conference
WWDC is one of the most popular events in the tech space, so much so that Apple has to use a lottery system to decide who will have a chance to purchase a coveted $1599 ticket.
Related: MWC 2018
It’s looking like Big A will use WWDC 2018 to showcase iOS 12 and the next major build of tvOS and watchOS, as well as an updated model of the 10.5- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Last month it was revealed that Apple had decided to ditch the visual overhaul that iOS 12 was set to introduce, so it can focus on improving the stability of the operating system.
Digital outlet Axios has reason to believe that it will introduce a couple of new features, however – including some ARKit improvements and a refreshed Health application.
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