Apple announced that WWDC's 28th Annual Symposium this year will be held at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose from June 5-9. The company returns to its usual venue after 16 years.
The meeting point itself is only a few minutes from the head office Apple in Cupertino and it is in the same location as the existing complex of buildings Apple. In a statement Apple, she clarified that this year WWDC will provide developers with a convenient opportunity to communicate with more than 1000 of the company's engineers.
The McEnery Convention Center will serve as a meeting point for thousands of attendees with the ability to provide hotel services, dining and entertainment, all within walking distance. In addition to the main bonuses of running a symposium, such as a convenient location, the ability to bring many people together, and the provision of technical equipment and laboratory facilities for developers, Apple also works closely with the mayor's office and business people of the city of San Jose to get celebrate the return of WWDC with new opportunities and perspectives.
Developers interested in attending WWDC 2017 can order tickets starting Monday, March 27th. As before, you will have to draw lots and, if you win, only you will be able to order tickets for this event.
Also as in previous years, Apple is expected to present iOS 11, macOS 10.13, tvOS 11, and watchOS 4 at this annual developer symposium. It is also expected to announce several new features that have opened in Apple Music, App Store, iCloud and Apple Pay – services that are now starting to bring in significant revenue to income item Apple.