Apple announces the most exciting event of this year Apple WWDC 2017. Worldwide Developers Conference is happening this year between June 5 and June 9 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. This is the first time it’s happening there. Apple has already sent invitation emails to registered developers. They will release the iOS 11 beta just right after the WWDC event.
Previous WWDCs have usually been at the Moscone West Convention Center in downtown San Francisco, but the conference has been outgrowing that venue for years, and last year Apple had the opening-day keynote at the nearby Bill Graham Civic Auditorium just to make sure everyone could get a seat. The new location does offer more space, which hopefully means Apple will be able to let more developers attend this year.
The iOS 11 will be fully rewritten and revamp of the iOS system. It’s the next big iOS upcoming for you all. If you want to stay ahead and install the iOS 11 beta when it’s released, be sure to register your iPhone / iPad / Apple Watch udid to Apple Developer Program from here for only $15 And you will be able to install upcoming iOS 11, WatchOS 4 beta’s.
This year the registration for WWDC’2017 costs $1599. Registration will work the same way it has for the last few years. Starting on Monday, March 27, Apple will open up ticket registration to people who were registered members of the Apple Developer Program and Apple Developer Enterprise Program as of today, February 16. After accepting registrations for a while, Apple will randomly select developers who get to attend; those who are chosen will be charged $1,599 for their ticket. The system’s randomness can be frustrating, but it’s Apple’s solution to a first-come, first serve method for the tickets of WWDC.
WWDC is first and foremost a developer conference, full of sessions and coding workshops and meet-and-greet activities aimed at people who make apps for Apple’s platforms. But the first day of the conference always kicks off with a keynote where Apple will reveal new versions of macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS that will launch in the fall. Stay tuned for more information, follow us on Twitter @iAppleStuffs and subscribe to iAppleStuffsPRO youtube channel.