Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2016) is well and truly underway now at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California. Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken to stage now to kick off the event. He has started off first by talking about yesterday's tragic event in Orlando, followed by some of the stats and figures about both, WWDC attendees at the event, as well as the Apple as a company itself and its performance over the last few months.
It sometimes feels as though Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference - affectionately referred to as WWDC or "Dub Dub" - is as popular and as highly anticipated as the announcements that get made during its opening keynote. The Cupertino-based company's annual event - which will see thousands of developers cram into the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium before heading over to Moscone West - is only a matter of hours away, and will give us our first insight into the next versions of a number of Apple's major platforms, and of course, we will be there to cover it all live and keep you abreast of exactly what's announced.
With WWDC 2016 just around the corner, we understand that a lot of non-developer tech fans are going to be wondering what to expect from Apple's opening keynote at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Here's what is known so far about WWDC 2016.
After kicking off the annual WWDC excitement storm by officially announcing that the annual developer conference would take place from June 13th to June 17th, Apple has now once again fueled the "Dub Dub" fire by sending out official press invites for its WWDC 2016 opening keynote address which will be held at 10AM Pacific Time, or 1PM Eastern Time.
According to inside sources, Apple Music is set for a major overhaul which will be unveiled to the public at WWDC 2016 in June. Here are the details.
June 13th to June 17th is now the officially confirmed date for WWDC 2016, following on from months of rumors that those exact days would make up Apple's big annual developer gathering.
Apple is rumored to debut two new thinner and redesigned MacBook Air models at WWDC 2016. The new Airs are said to come in 13 and 15-inch sizes. Here are the details.
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