An Apple desktop computer. Photo by: Pexels.com / MockupEditor.com
An Apple desktop computer. Photo by: Pexels.com / MockupEditor.com

WWDC 2017 taking place June 5-9 in San Jose, California

Apple is hosting their WWDC 2017 event in San Jose this week to feature their latest products and services. Developers and designers come together to share insight on their craft with global audiences.

Watch the live stream with their main website on Safari browsers, and via the WWDC application via the iTunes store.

During the opening day, Apple announced their next version of macOS. This is a desktop operating system, and may be still known as OS X.

The newest update of the operating software will be Version 10.13, and will have the name macOS High Sierra. Apple announced at WWDC 2017 that the latest update will improve the Mail and Photos applications.

In addition, TechCrunch reported that macOS High Sierra will have an improved version of Safari that will increase loading time for pages that use JavaScript.

  • Amazon Prime Video will be arriving to Apple TV with tvOS later this year.
  • watchOS is set to have updates with watchOS 4. Apple is using machine learning to create reminders and notifications throughout the day.

Apple is providing videos of the conference on their main website. Check back to the site, and their application during the week for updated content.

Watch the keynote presentation from 06/05/17 by Tim Cook on YouTube via Time. Cook announced that over 5,300 developers from over 75 countries from all over the globe will be attending WWDC 2017.

Apple CEO Tim Cook Makes Big Announcements At WWDC 2017 | TIME