A new report claims that Apple’s next Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) 2016 will take place between June 13 – June 17.
It’s that time of year where everyone begins discussing Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference again. If you aren’t familiar with it, it’s an annual conference that Apple holds at the Moscone West convention center located in San Francisco, California. The event connects developers from all over the world to Apple engineers where they can sit in on software sessions and valuable workshops. WWDC 2016 is where Apple is likely to unveil iOS 10, OS X 10.12 and possibly new hardware refreshes for the Mac lineup. At last year’s conference, the Cupertino California company unveiled iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, watchOS 2 and Apple Music.
For 2016, the Cupertino-based company has yet to announce and confirm the dates, but rumor has it the event will potentially be held from June 13th to June 17th of this year. These dates are based on Moscone Center’s schedule of information for 2016. It was noted that there’s really only one window left that is available around the time Apple typically hosts the conference.
Currently, Moscone West is already booked for the first, second, fourth, and fifth weeks of June, which only leaves the third week of June left. Some events that will be held at the convention center that month include a Travel Association Luncheon, the Red Hat Summit, an International Society for Stem Cell Research convention, and a Biotechnology Industry Organization conference.
Everything seems to be lining up with Apple and Moscone West’s timeline, so the dates being rumored definitely sounds about right. However, you never know with Apple as they do like to give some occasional surprises. What makes this whole scenario work though is that Apple has been holding their WWDC conference since 2007 in the first few weeks of June. So unless they decided to completely change their timeline, we think those dates sound pretty accurate. We’ll update you on any future news regarding the matter, so be sure to check back or subscribe.[Via MacRumors]