Apple today confirmed the WWDC 2017 dates. The Worldwide Developers Conference is an annual event that the company hosts in California to show off the next major software updates that it’s going to release later on in the year. The company has confirmed the WWDC 2017 dates today. The conference kicks off on June 5th and this time around, it’s going to be hosted at a different venue.

Apple normally hosts the Worldwide Developers Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco every year but it’s not going to do that this time around. WWDC 2017 is going to be hosted at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose. This is actually the original home of WWDC where the event was hosted until 2002. The reason why Apple is not hosting WWDC 2017 at Moscone Center is because the venue is being renovated for expansion. We can expect Apple to showcase the next major updates for iOS, macOS and possibly for tvOS and watchOS.

Since this is an event for developers, tickets are really hard to come by, even though they cost $1,599 a pop. Tickets will be offered through a lottery and those who are interested can register starting March 27th. Since tickets were sold out in under two minutes last year, it’s likely going to be the same story in 2017.

Apple is going to live stream the WWDC 2017 keynote so you’ll be able to watch that from the comfort of your home.

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