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Saturday, 17 February 2018

This could be the date on which Apple introduced iOS 12 (WWDC 2018)

Throughout the last few months we have discovered some other concept of iOS 12 with features, features and features that we hope will soon reach iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

On the other hand, we have also known various rumors about iOS 12 . Among some of the most interesting developments we find the arrival of universal apps for iOS and macOS, parental control functions and Animojis in FaceTime .

Now, we still did not know when Apple will present its next update of the mobile operating system for iPhone and iPad. Until now. Apparently, the date of the WWDC conference of 2018 has been leaked in which new versions of macOS, watchOS and tvOS will also be presented.

When will the WWDC be held in 2018?

There is clear evidence that the next WWDC conference in 2018 will take place once again at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. Regarding the date, it is speculated that it will be held between Monday, day 4 and Friday, June 8.

Previously, between 2003 and 2016, this type of software presentation events took place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. But a reliable source says that this year it will be held again at the McEnery Convention Center .

Soon after, the event schedule of the McEnery Convention Center calendar has been discovered. In the following table you can check how the whole month of June is occupied except for a few days.

    June 4 - 8: WWDC 2018 (?)
    June 11 - 14: O'Reilly Velocity Conference
    June 17 - 21: DataWorks Summit and Hadoop Summit
    June 26 - 28: Sensors Expo and Conference

The WWDC will be an event in which Apple presents its latest versions of its software platforms; including iOS 12, macOS 10.14, as well as new updates for tvOS and watchOS. Tickets will cost around $ 1,500 and will be attended by more than 5,000 developers and 1,000 software engineers.

Source | Macrumors 

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