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Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Apple announces WWDC events through its app

The 2010 Apple World Developers Conference (WWDC) will take place June 5-9. The apple bite company plans to introduce its new software versions for iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS . In addition, they are likely to introduce new devices such as a Siri Speaker , a 10.5-inch iPad and new MacBooks .

But, in addition, the Cupertino firm has planned many more surprises for the WWDC. Today, Apple has updated its WWDC application by introducing new features in its interface and scheduling new World Developer Conference events.

The updated application highlights video lists focused on popular themes, interactive maps of event locations, and a new tab that provides detailed information about the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. Finally, the app also offers some stickers for Messages showing the classic Apple icons.

Download WWDC to discover scheduled events

View playlists of videos based on popular themes.
See interactive street maps.
View relevant information in a new tab.
Use all functions of the app without logging in.

The events scheduled for WWDC 2017 are hidden with key names and funny phrases that try to mask the surprises that the company has reserved for us. For example, in a session on Tuesday (June 6) it says "You are not koalaficado to know it yet". We recommend downloading the app to find out more about it.

The Apple application for the WWDC is focused on both attendees and developers who have not been able to purchase tickets for the event. It offers very useful tools like interactive maps and all the dates and times of events, sessions and presentations .

In addition, with the official application of the WWDC users have the possibility to play an online stream to see each event.

As it happened last year, Apple has also provided a WWDC application for tvOS in order for Apple TV users to be able to follow the scheduled events of the World Developer Conference for Apple's bite firm.

Source | Macrumors

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