The Apple is going to make the biggest change in its operating system.It is going to announce OS development (WWDC)on June 5-9 in Worldwide Developer Conference at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose.

Apple is expected to release new versions of iOS (11?), MacOS (10.13?) and possibly software for tvOS and watchOS (4?) at WWDC San Jose.

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Apple has shift the city from San Francisco to San Jose:

Apple has moved release location from San Fransisco to San Jose which has given birth to so many questions but later queries have ben satisfied by Apple senior vice president of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller, he said the shift of location is going to facilitate a great environment to developer whoa re attending the conference. San Jose is near to Apple’s Cupertino headquarters, which is the opportunity for more engineers to come and join the conference. The expected number of engineer those are coming to attend WWDC conference is 5,000 developer and 1,000 engineers. The city possibly has no effects on the number of the participants.

All the eyes would possibly and obviously on the key agenda is not on the venue and shift of the city. Apple is working with San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo, mayor of the city about event management throughout the week.

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On the official website of WWDC nothing has been revealed about the software updates and technical advancements. But Apple believes that the technology is not alone enough it must be combined with humanities and arts.

WWDC 2017 times and dates have been finalized but registration for the event is yet not open. The registration tickets will probably start on March 27 at 10:00 a.m. PDT. According to the official website, the opportunity to join the conference will be given randomly.

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