Apple’s yearly Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event usually sees the company introducing brand-new products, varying from software, hardware, and occasionally even new devices such as iPhones or iPads. The company is expected to host the 2018 event sometime this Summer, but there hasn’t been any official date confirmed just yet.
MacRumors reports that a source claims Apple will visit the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, again for this year’s conference. The American tech giant gathered the technology world last year for WWDC 2017 at the same venue. This could possibly highlight a change in Apple’s choice as the company utilised the Moscone Center in San Francisco from 2003 to 2016 for its conferences.
On top of this suggestion, MacRumors also realised that the McEnery Convention Center had been booked up during June’s second, third, and fourth weeks, essentially leaving the first week of the month yet to be covered. Now, this as well points to the possibility of Apple booking that space up and commencing their WWDC event on the first week of June, provided that no one else books before they do.
At the moment, this seems more like a theory, however, considering the fact that Apple is well-known for hosting its developer conference in June, there is still quite a chance that this could be true. Only time will tell, so make sure you keep us bookmarked on your browser so you can find out as soon as the news breaks.
Via: | MacRumors |
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