Apple has announced (or inadvertently leaked) the official dates for WWDC 2016. This year’s WWDC will start in San Francisco on June 13th and runs through June 17th. Unlike past years, Apple appears to have announced the dates today via Siri. 9to5Mac discovered that if you ask Siri when WWDC will be held, you get the response “The World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held June 13 through June 17 in San Francisco. I’m so excited!” Just this morning, Siri’s response to the same question was that WWDC had not been announced yet.
We expect that ticketing and other details will be announced soon.
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