Every year Apple holds several events, but for those who are more interested in the software side of things, then WWDC is the event to look forward to. The event typically sees Apple announce new software, like upgrades to the iOS and OS X platform, along with tools meant to help developers create apps for their products.
That being said, when will WWDC 2016 kick off this year? Unfortunately Apple has yet to announce any official dates, but it seems that speculation has started to make its rounds where it has been suggested that a possible window is from the 13th of June until the 17th of June. This is based on the scheduling information found on the Moscone Center’s website.
For those unfamiliar, Apple has typically held its WWDC events at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. Unless Apple has decided to shake things up this year, like what Google did with its I/O conference (they moved it from San Francisco to Mountain View), there is a good chance that it will continue to be held at the Moscone Center.
In any case this is just speculation for now, but we reckon it’s a pretty reasonable guess. Either way we’ll have to wait and see what Apple has planned for this year, so check back with us in the coming months for the details.