Apple's World Wide Developer Conference Set for June 4-8


San Jose, CA, June 4-8 When technology connects with creativity, incredible ideas come to life. The event is scheduled for June 4th through 8th and like a year ago, it will take place in San Jose's McEnery Convention Center.

Beta versions of Apple software are normally released immediately following the keynote presentation, so we'll have the chance to play with Apple's shiniest new software versions on June 4th or 5th. iOS 12 is not supposed to be a game-changing update; Apple will reportedly focus on stability and security rather than new features. Developers who are interested in attending must first register for the event - that process is open until Thursday, March 22, at 10am PT. As always, you'll need to be a pre-existing member of the Apple Developer Program or the Apple Developer Enterprise Program to participate.

Last year's WWDC 2017 surprised everyone with a massive push into VR and more importantly into AR with a demo from Wingnut AR as presented in the video below. The company sometimes also unveils new hardware at the event.

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As we noted when the dates were announced in February of previous year, the decision made sense at the time, given the rapidly rising cost of living in SF and the fact that the show needs some room to grow.

Apple is expected to unveil new details about future versions of iOS-its mobile operating system that runs on iPhones and iPads-and macOS-it's laptop and desktop operating system found in its line of Macs and MacBook computers.