Apple confirms WWDC 2018 keynote for June 4th

By | 22nd May 2018
Apple WWDC 2018 logo

We've known for a while now when Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference would be held in 2018, and now the company has confirmed when its keynote address will be held, too.

Apple will host its WWDC 2018 keynote at 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET on June 4th. Invitations were sent out today confirming the timing of the keynote as well as the fact that it'll be held at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA.

Apple WWDC 2018 keynote address invitation

It's no surprise that Apple is hosting its keynote on June 4th since that's the first day of WWDC 2018, but it's still nice to get confirmation of the timing straight from Apple.

While WWDC is largely developer-focused, aimed at helping devs solve problems and develop better apps, the keynote is a major event for consumers, too. Apple typically gives us a peek at its next major iOS update during its WWDC keynote, and we may get some news about watchOS and tvOS updates, too.