Apple Announces WWDC 2018

Apple Announces WWDC 2018

Apple has announced its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will kick off June 4-8 in San Jose, again at the McEnery Convention Center, like previous year.

As for the OSes themselves, we've heard far more detailed reports about Apple's rumored iOS plans.

WWDC 2018 will be held at the McEnery Convention Center, the same location as a year ago.

Apple will also be taking a page from Microsoft's and Google's books and be debuting universal apps by allowing iOS apps to run on macOS devices.

The App Store is the most vibrant software marketplace in the world. Students can now visit the WWDC website for details on how to apply.

Apple has shown an increasing interest in monitoring and collecting health and fitness data, with its smartwatch at the center of those efforts. Other attendees will have to pay $1,599 per ticket, the same as a ticket was to last year's WWDC.

Apple typically uses the opening keynote of WWDC to announce software updates to the company's various platforms such as iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. The HomePod has been its major focus in the first half of this year.

But even those announcements were geared toward an audience of developers.