Like every time in June, Apple holds its Worldwide Developers Conference at Mascone West convention center in San Fransisco, California, is likely happen this time around in between June 13th and June 17th this year, according to the venue’s own calendar of events. Developer Apple’s event is upcoming.
Where Apple will be giving opportunity to thousands of developers from around the world a chance to meet up with company’s engineers and sit in on valuable workshops and software sessions. But it hasn’t been announced by Apple yet about the dates and is unlikely to do so until it makes tickets for the conference available for purchase, and the actual scheduled dadtes will only appear to be in mid of June. Based on scheduling information available from Moscone Center, there is only a narrow window that’s potentially available — June 13 to 17th, 2016.
According to the oft-mentioned window, Apple events are ongoing throughout the period which the company usually choses for the WWDC except for the third week of given month. There seems no reason that the WWDC will be held in same dates this year to be any different. If you look at for the bookings, the first, second, fourth, and fifth weeks of June, Moscone West is filled for Travel Assisiation Luncheon, a Biotechnology Industry Organization conference, an International Society for Stem Cell Research convention, and the Red Hat Summit. While there is nothing on the calendar for the third week of June, likely suggesting that’s the dates when Apple will use the facility for its WWDC 2016 keynote. Possibly!
Since 2007, Apple’s WWDC has been held during the first few weeks of the month of June, the conference has always taken place at Moscone West due to the larger amount of attendees, so still there’s no perfect info reagrding Apple’s WWDC plans to pull, June 13th to the 17th are looking pretty good bets right now, a solid guess based on past events.
In 2016, Apple may introduce new software and new products, which could potentially see new Macs or other hardware related to mobiles and its operating systems, such as at first pointing at OS X 10.12 and iOS 10. The 4-inch iPhone 5e (6c/7c) are also on the cards. Remind you that in 2015 event, Apple pretty much focused on software and service-centric things, on iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, watchOS 2, and Apple Music, which is now expected to get high-res audio streaming this damn year.
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