The WWDC 2016 website - Image Credit: Apple
On Monday, Apple formally announced WWDC 2016 with a code-themed website after Siri disclosed the conference’s date earlier in the day.
WWDC, which stands for Worldwide Developers Conference, is Apple’s annual developer conference where the company unveils its new software-related creations like the next versions of iOS and OS X. The ‘lines of code’ on the WWDC 2016 website’s homepage are most likely references to various apps in the App Store. We have decoded (no pun intended) some of them for you below:
The other ‘lines of code’ on the WWDC 2016 website’s homepage are too vague and ambiguous to find any clear app references in.
This year, WWDC will start at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium for its first day. This is where Apple will give its keynote address and unveil whatever it is planning on unveiling at WWDC. Then, the remainder of WWDC will take place at Moscone West in San Francisco, which is the usual location of WWDC. However, it is worth noting that Apple is having a WWDC party, which the company is referring to as a “bash,” back at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on June 16.
If you would like to go to WWDC 2016, you have to purchase a ticket first. Apple says on the WWDC 2016 website that you can enter the company’s ticket raffle for the event anytime between now and April 22 at 10:00 AM PDT, which is when the raffle closes. Like past WWDCs, Apple will choose people to offer WWDC 2016 tickets to randomly from the group of people who entered the ticket raffle.
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