WWDC 2017 Keynote Is Going To Live-Stream Confirmed By Apple: Apple’s Worldwide Developing Conference is scheduled to be held on June 5 to June 9, 2017, in San Jose this year. As we know, Apple organizes this event every year where thousands of developers from all over the world meet with Apple’s engineers to explore their knowledge. The event will start with a keynote which will start at 10 am PT in which important announcements will be made. This year, the WWDC opening keynote will be live-streamed as confirmed by the Apple.
Announcements Of Update For macOS, iOS, tvOS,watchOS Along With Some Hardware
On the Apple’s website, a new events page has been added by the company to promote its event and confirmed that the WWDC 2017 will be live-streamed and everyone who wants to watch it can easily go through it on Apple website and on Apple TV.
In last few year, WWDC has been witnessed for only software launches as many of the latest versions of iOS and macOS were launched at WWDC but it is expected that in WWDC 2017 Apple might also unveil new hardware along with the software. The latest version of the software which is expecting to introduce this year includes iOS 11, macOS 10.13, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11.
In hardware, it is rumored that Apple may unveil its latest MacBooks and MacBook Pros, the all new 10.5-inch iPro with 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Possibilities of having updates for MacBook Air is also very high. Apart from these, it is reported that Apple may also introduce its first Siri Speaker which is rumored to have Beats technology for music playback.