Apple switched up the usual design of the WWDC site to be more code-oriented this year, and it looks great. We’ve been waiting to hear about this announcement for a few weeks now, and it’s finally official: the worldwide developer conference is happening between June 13th to 17th in San Francisco.
The event will kickoff like usual, beginning with the keynote presentation, on June 13th at 10am PST. Apple is promising to talk about, “the future of iOS, OS X, watchOS, and tvOS, then honor the developers behind the year’s best apps.” In layman’s terms, this is the day that we’ll almost certainly hear about iOS 10, OS X 10.12, watchOS 3, and a new iteration of tvOS as well. And I’ll of course be covering that good stuff here.[adinserter name=”Responsive”]
Until then, be patient. From the time of this post being published, WWDC is less than two months away. Apple will show us their next generation of software for our products, and my expectations are high.