Apple WWDC 2016 Event Dates Revealed? [Screenshot]
Apple usually holds its annual developer conference – WWDC – in June of every year. And while WWDC 2016 is quite far off from today’s date with no official announcement from Apple itself, but the event schedule posted on Moscone’s website gives us a glimpse of when Apple will take to the stage and announce the future roadmap of its mobile and desktop software.
WWDC 2016 Will Likely Take Place Between June 13 and 17 At Moscone Center
According to scheduling information on Moscone’s website, it’s highly likely that WWDC 2016 will take place from June 13 to 17. Apart from that, the Center is booked for a “Travel Association Luncheon, a Biotechnology Industry Organization conference, an International Society for Stem Cell Research convention, and the Red Hat Summit.”
In case you’re wondering what Apple will announce at the event, then it’s highly likely that the stage will be used to announce iOS 10 and OS X 10.12 (if they end up calling it that) along with the features that the pieces of software will bring with them. It’s also likely that developers will be able to get their hands on the beta builds of the software the same day as the opening keynote, allowing them to test their apps and make them future proof.
Regarding OS X 10.12, it’s likely that Apple will toss in a good few surprises this time around as the company decided to give its desktop OS the evolutionary treatment last year with El Capitan by tossing in power user features while keeping the visual aesthetics same as the year before it. It’s unknown at this time what sort of features OS X 10.12 will bring with it, but we’ll know for sure in the days to come.
It’s highly likely that we might not end up seeing any sort of hardware announcement from Cupertino. But since we’re dealing with Apple here, therefore there’s a chance that the company might throw in a few extra surprises during the keynote to appease its long-standing followers / consumers.
As we move closer to the summer, we’re certain Apple will reveal official details regarding WWDC 2016, such as how to sign up for the conference, where to get started etc. Till then, we just have a little event schedule to go by, suggesting that WWDC 2016 will be held between June 13 and 17.
Be sure to let us know in the comments section below what you think about today’s ‘leak.’ Are you excited about WWDC 2016? And what do you expect to see at the big developer event?