It might be only February, but Apple already has its sights set on June.
The company announced today that its annual WWDC conference will run Monday, June 5 though Friday, June 9 at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. The conference returns to San Jose after moving to San Francisco in 2003.
Recent rumors have pointed to a possible Spring event that might produce new hardware. However, it’s worth noting that Apple has previously announced WWDC dates in April. This “early” February announcement could be a signal that there will be no March event and thus, no spring hardware releases.
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Registration for WWDC 2017 opens Monday, March 27 at 10 a.m. PDT. According to Apple, the opportunity to buy tickets for $1,599 will be offered by random selection. To register, you must be a member of the Apple Developer Program or Apple Developer Enterprise Program. The conference will also be live-streamed at Apple’s WWDC page.
Below is just some of what to expect at WWDC 2017, according to Apple:
- Sessions: Get the in-depth technical details you need to build the next generation of apps using newly announced Apple technologies.
- Hands-On Labs: Learn more about implementing new technologies into your code with expert advice from Apple engineers in a collaborative group setting.
- Consultations: Make an appointment with Apple experts for personal one-on-one help on user interface design, app distribution, marketing, analytics, and more.
- Guest Speakers: Enjoy your lunch while watching engaging and entertaining talks given by industry experts and luminaries.
- Get Togethers: Meet with like-minded developers and Apple experts for engaging and motivating conversations around specific topics.
- Special Events: Take advantage of exciting experiences around the city all week, and celebrate with an incredible bash on Thursday.
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