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Your iPhone is about to get a Massive update- Apple reveals the date

Your iPhone is about to get a Massive update- Apple reveals the date
We are approaching the time when Apple will hold its annual developer conference WWDC. As per the news and reports, the World Wide Developers Conference, nicknamed WWDC, will be held on the week of June 5th, 2017.

Registration for the exclusive event will start on March 27th. As we all know that Apple in their developer conference welcomes the third-party developers with a keynote address and showcases a sneak peak at some of the software features coming to its iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and MacOS operating systems later in the year.
So, in the simple words, this means Apple fans can expect to see the first glimpse of iOS 11. As per the reports and news, iOS 11 is going to change your iPhone experience. If rumored to believed iOS 11 is going to bring substantial improvements to voice assistant Siri, as well as allow Apple Pay transfers between contacts in iMessage and many new features are going to be added. The major news coming is about the support of 32-bit apps; according to the reports iOS, 11 is not going to support the 32-bit apps on the iPhone and iPad.

If we take you back in the past, last year, Apple previewed the new messaging features for iMessage. The Cupertino-based company also unveiled its dramatic redesign to Apple Music. So, as a user, you can expect some of the cool features of iOS 11 to be showcased in WWDC 2017.

After the base of 13 years in San Francisco, As per the new Apple is all set to move the WWDC to San Jose. The news was revealed by Jim Dalrymple of The Loop. As per the report published  Mr. Dalrymple had the opportunity to speak with Apple's marketing chief Phil Schiller and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo.

While talking to The Loop about the event, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said, “We’re ecstatic that Apple has chosen to host its WWDC 2017 in San Jose, the heart of Silicon Valley and site of the very first WWDC.”

“We look forward to working with Apple to create a special experience for the thousands of attendees who will visit San Jose for this marquee event.”

"And on behalf of our entire city, I’d like to extend a warm invitation to Apple developers, partners and enthusiasts from around the world to join us in Downtown San Jose as Apple unveils its latest innovations."

As per the report around 5000 developers and 1000 engineers are expected to attend the event in San Jose, hosted by Apple.

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