Apple to hold keynote address at WWDC developer conference on June 5

Apple’s WWDC developer conference kicks off on June 5 this year. The company will provide a keynote address at the start of the conference. In that keynote, Apple announced new versions of macOS, iOS, tvOS and watchOS in previous years.

Apple has moved WWDC from San Francisco to San Jose, a city much closer to the hardware maker’s headquarters. Developers can’t get tickets yet, because they won’t go on sale until the spring. It will be the 28th time that the Worldwide Developer Conference will take place.

In the keynote at the start of the conference, Apple has discussed new versions of its operating systems over the years. Test versions of that new software become available almost immediately afterwards. If that tradition continues, it will include macOS 10.13 and iOS 11.

After the first test versions, more test versions followed in the summer and in recent years also public betas. The release of the new versions of operating systems will then take place in the autumn, around the time that the iPhones also appear on the market.

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