Apple is going to kick off this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference on June 5th. The company is expected to present the next series of both its IOS and MacOS as well as their WatchOS and TVOS.
There are not many hints or leaks as of yet, but Apple recently has stuck to software for its developer conference while focusing hardware for other presentations and announcements.
WWDC is a developer focused event, meaning that Apple has released some powerful language on its site about how developers will combine technology and the arts to advance the world as we know it.
Technology alone is not enough. Technology must intersect with the liberal arts and the humanities, to create new ideas and experiences that push society forward. This summer we bring together thousands of brilliant minds representing many diverse perspectives, passions, and talents to help us change the world.
The ticket price this year comes in at a whopping $1,599 per ticket and it will be held at a new venue: the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. Typically, Apple hosts the event at the Moscone Center in San Francisco but due to renovations the building is currently unavailable. An important note that the McEnery Convention Center was the original home of the WWDC hosting the event all the way through 2002.
Apple will be live streaming parts of the conference through its website and WWDC apps. While, most of the sessions are developer focused, Apple’s keynote is always worth the watch even if you are not as technologically savvy as the rest of the crowd.