Another year, another Apple conference.
Following a consistent schedule every year, Apple has announced that the official date of its 2017 World Wide Developers Conference will be from June 5th – 9th.
One notable change this year is the venue. Typically held in San Francisco, it will now be held at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
It’s a huge event for content creators of all kinds to attend or to watch. Apple typically holds workshops to give developers previews and hands-on demos of the next software upgrades. Getting the opportunity to check out how iOS and MacOS get updated gives creators a chance to get a head start on new project ideas or what they can implement in their apps.
Although tickets tend to sell out within just minutes, the Silicon Valley powerhouse makes sure to take care of those who aren’t able to watch the events in person. Anyone who wishes to watch the conference as it begins will be able to stream it directly from Apple’s home page or from the WWDC app on the App Store. Typically after the workshops are done, the video sessions from each will be uploaded to both the site and the app from anyone to watch.
Apple has consistently been a proponent of keeping developers in the know and given them tools with open arms. As we saw from their promotional video for Planet of the Apps, they want to continue giving creators more tools to keep up with the future of technology and the mobile app market.
What are you most looking forward to? Will you be watching the event from home or are you going to try to attend? Let us know below.