For those that like watching the keynote at WWDC, Macrumours is reporting the show will run from June 13-17. Macworld reports, in their section At Glance the following:
WWDC is the annual Worldwide Developers Conference held by Apple in San Francisco, California. The 2016 conference will be held June 13–17. Tickets are priced at $1,599 and are being distributed through a lottery system.
In Past Years
This show has always proved to be as important or possibly more important than Apple’s fall show as it provides guidance to developers. Apple has always released a slew of new products during the keynote that is very important to both the developer and user. Generally, following the keynote, a lot of product announced is immediately available.
This keynote, approximately 1.5 hours in length, has always proved quite exciting to those prone to get excited about Apple’s direction and the products they release. So far, it has never been a disappointment.
This Year Watch for:
Macrumours is reporting that we should be watching for the release of:
- IOS 10
- OS X 10.12
- and potentially….
These are quite major as they will allow developers to do much more than they are currently capable of. For us, the consumer, we are winners as we’ll get not only more and better high featured apps but they will work more to give us what we need.
This is an important conference so if you have the chance to catch the keynote on the first day of the conference, you won’t be disappointed unless Apple has nothing in the pipe which is very unlikely.dddd