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Apple’s WWDC 2017 is slated to be held in San Jose, California from 5-9 June

siliconreview Apple’s WWDC 2017 is slated to be held in San Jose, California from 5-9 June

California based tech giant Apple recently announced the dates for WWDC 2017 to swarm and rejoice the developer community. Slated to start on 5 June 2017, the WWDC 2017 will go on till 9 June 2017 at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose. This year’s WWDC or World Wide Developers conference 2017 is 28th annual conference where Apple will proclaim prospect Apple devices and software updates powering Apple products.

 Well, it is also been reported that the conference is intended to celebrate and host developers while releasing new and updated tools for the community to take leverage from while inspiring them to unleash their creativity in code. One interesting thing to note is that the new Apple headquarters in Cupertino is located just minutes away from WWDC 2017 venue thereby facilitating developer’s easier admission to about 1000 Apple engineers to interact with, share ideas or better understand the shade in programming for Apple products.

The things that make WWDC more thrilling is that the company will hold keynote address, get-togethers, sessions and labs for developers. Another noteworthy thing the company is doing is to work with local businesses in San Jose to celebrate the return of WWDC. People who want to attend the conference can apply for tickets in coming weeks around Spring.

There is another exciting buzz relating to it, the complete event will be live-streamed through Apple Developer website and the WWDC app for Apple TV, iPhone and iPad. One can expect details around the next major iPhone launch, the iPhone 8 or iPhone X or whatever Apple will choose to call its 10-year anniversary.