Google I/O is happening in early May, and now we know that Apple is hosting its own major event one month later.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2018 will happen June 4-8. Like last year, the event will take place in San Jose, Calif., rather than in San Francisco like it has in many previous years.
As its name suggests, the Worldwide Developers Conference is very developer-focused, with Apple hosting workshops to help developers learn and create their apps, offering one-on-one guidance, and more. Apple does typically give a preview of the next major iOS release and its new features during the WWDC keynote, though, so the event is still worth getting excited about for us non-developer folk.
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