Apple on Thursday sent out press invites to a variety of news and media sites for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, which kicks off with a keynote presentation on June 5. As reported by 9to5Mac, the keynote address has been scheduled for Monday, June 5, at 10am Pacific Time.
Apple traditionally holds a keynote event on the first day of the Worldwide Developers Conference, where new software is introduced. We expect to see new versions of iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS at the conference, and there’s a chance we could also see new hardware like updated iMacs and Apple’s rumored Siri speaker.
Tickets, which were priced at $1,599, were distributed by random selection at the end of March, and free tickets provided to scholarship winners were also handed out in April.
Apple expects to host about 5,000 developers, with hundreds of Apple engineers available to answer questions and host app development sessions. Developers who cannot attend will be able to watch the sessions through the WWDC 2017 website, and the WWDC app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.
WWDC 2017 will take place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, the site of the original WWDC located minutes from the new Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino. The keynote presentation will be live-streamed through the Apple Developer website and on the WWDC app for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV.