Siri said it, Apple confirmed it, that settles it – WWDC will take place from 13-17 June


Yesterday Apple’s Siri digital assistant, for those of you just emerging into the light after the hermitage, revealed the dates for this year’s WWDC event. And it was there for the asking. Users querying when the Apple conference would go down were met with the date: 13 June to 17 June, in San Francisco.

What Siri wouldn’t do is say where in San Fran Apple’s event would be taking place but that’s okay. Apple came along shortly afterwards and confirmed the AI’s dating in addition to giving the launch locations. WWDC 2016 will kick off at that Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, with everything else happening at Moscone West. Sounds good to us.

Developer registration is open but you’ve only got until the end of the week to get your form filled in. Even then, you’re going to have to hope for some luck. Apple will be deciding who gets to pay $1,600 (R23,000) for tickets to WWDC 2016 via lottery. What can we say, it’s a popular event.

And with good reason. Apple are expected to unveil the new iOS and OS X versions, which is always popular, and there is talk of the updated Apple Watch and new MacBook models making a guest appearance at this year’s event. Guess where we’ll be from 13 to 17 June… keeping an eye on things for you. We’ll come back with all of the awesome details.

Source: Apple and 9to5Mac


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