Apple to host 29th Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose

Apple to host 29th Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose

Apple to host 29th Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose

Developers can now register for a chance to attend Apple's 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

Of course, the big reason people even care about WWDC is the fact that we get our first glimpse at what Apple has in store for its software side of things. Like last year's WWDC, 2018's conference will take place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.

Apple has reportedly shelved many exciting features intended for iOS 12, including a home screen redesign and several app tweaks.

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iOS and macOS aren't the only game in town for Apple.

In addition to the next versions of its operating systems for iOS, Mac, Apple Watch, and probably Apple TV, Apple could also announce a slew of new hardware. That said, we've heard very little about either future update thus far. Apple needed to talk up the HomePod so that developers could start working on optimizing their apps for the Siri-powered speaker in advance of its release. Rumors have already begun circulating that Apple will announce a new MacBook at this year's event.

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