Apple WWDC 18:
The World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) from Apple begins on Monday, June 4 and will continue until June 8 in San Jose, California. When Tim Cook and company take the stage on June 4 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific time to start the unveilings. While we may not see much in the hardware ads, it is quite possible that with the global attention at Apple’s Keynote we could see some things from the left field, so here are our predictions of what to expect, mixed with what we would like to see.
As a developer-centered event, Tim Cook will give a brief update on the size and scope of the Apple developer community and the applications before entering the meaty topics. Approximately 5,000 developers attend the WWDC to meet with hundreds of Apple engineers who present technical and design sessions covering all four of Apple’s major platforms.
How and where to Watch Apple’s WWDC 18:
You can watch the main event here on Monday, June 4 at 10:00 PDT. Also, for those with an Apple TV, you can look through the Special Events app or through the WWDC app on iPhone and iPad.
The WWDC Keynote usually lasts about 2 hours.
As always, we’ll cover the event here at NewsAboutPhones, so be sure to check out all of the latest Apple ads.