Typically every year Apple hosts WWDC where they reveal new software changes that will be coming to iOS and macOS. This year’s WWDC dates have yet to be confirmed, but it seems that we might have a rough idea of when it could be kicking off, thanks to the folks at MacRumors who uncovered potential dates.

According to their discovery, it seems that there is a chance that WWDC 2019 could be taking place from the 3rd to 7th of June, 2019. The event is expected to take place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. Previous WWDCs have taken place in the early part of June, such as in 2018 where it took place from the 4th to the 8th of June, and 2017 where it took place from the 5th to the 9th of June, so these dates don’t seem particularly out of the ordinary.

MacRumors has also confirmed with their source that a large annual event will be taking place during that week at the McEnery Convention Center, but whether or not this will be WWDC remains to be seen. We expect that this year at WWDC, Apple will be officially unveiling iOS 13, the next major build of macOS, and possibly other services. One of those services we expect Apple will announce will be the company’s upcoming video subscription service.

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