WWDC 2018: How To Watch & What’s Launching This Year

Richard Goodwin

05/04/2018 – 9:47am

WWDC 2018 is Apple’s BIG event where it details its plans for the coming 12 months – here’s everything you need to know

WWDC 2018 is happening this summer. All we gotta do is get Spring out of the way, and it’s WWDC once again.

This is Apple’s biggest public event in its calendar. Bar none. It is the place where it details its plans for the coming 12 months to its legion of fans and developers.

WWDC is a three-day affair that packs in plenty of workshops, product demos, keynotes, celebrities, and launches. And 2018 should be no exception.

Below is a quick guide to everything you need to know about WWDC 2018.

WWDC 2018 – When’s It Happening?

WWDC 2018 runs from June 4 to June 8, 2018.

As for where it will take place, the most likely candidate is the McEnery Convention Center, where it was held last year.

WWDC 2018 – What’s Launching?

Apple tends to launch ALL of its new software updates at WWDC. The reason for this is that it has ALL of its developers in attendance.

This year should see the following updates launched and detailed:

  • iOS 12 
  • macOS 10.14
  • watchOS 5 
  • tvOS 12

We should also hear a lot more about Apple’s aspirations for the TV space, which it has been quietly working on for around two years now.

WWDC 2018 – Will Apple Announce Any Hardware?

As per usual, there are plenty of rumours circulating about potential product launches at WWDC.

This happens every year. Talk of new iPhone models, new iPads, new everything, basically.

Some believe Apple will introduce the iPhone SE 2 at WWDC 2018.

But I am not convinced.

A new MacBook Pro has also been rumoured and is more likely. Ditto, new a new Mac mini.

Mostly, though, WWDC is ALL about the software. Hardware launches are rare, but they have happened before in the past.

WWDC 2018 – Where Can I Watch It?

Got an Apple TV? That’s your best option.

Another is through Apple’s Safari browser. Or, you can just follow the myriad of unofficial streams online.

WWDC 2018 – How Much Are Tickets?

Bloody expensive! Apple charges over $1500 to attend WWDC 2018, so unless you’re a developer, well… it’s probably better you stream it.

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