• Apple WWDC 2017
  • Apple WWDC 2017

    Apple WWDC 2017

    • Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is an annual affair where the company meets the developers who make apps for its OS X and iOS platforms. In addition to private sessions where these developers get to learn about the future of Apple’s operating systems, the keynote session makes news around the world. Here, executives unveil new hardware and software. New versions of iOS, brand new Macs such as the eyecatching new Mac Pro and other high-profile products have been announced here and it’s always keenly followed and discussed by Apple fans and technology-watchers around the world. Check out what you can expect over here.
    • Start date: Jun 5, 2017
      End date: Jun 9, 2017
      Location: United States

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