There are less than 5 days before Worldwide Developers Conference 2016, the 27th edition of Apple's annual developer event, and we are all set for yet another great coverage!
The WWDC will take place from June 13th to 17th, in San Francisco, but for the general public what matters most is its opening presentation scheduled for 2 pm (at the time of Braslia) next Monday, June 13th. It happen at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
Find out how to follow everything closely.
As we announced yesterday, Apple happily once again broadcast the opening keynote for the event Live for everyone and this is the best option to accompany you, if you can watch the video, have a good connection and understand the English language relatively well.
MM Live (renewed!)
Our designer Raphael “PH” Lopes has worked in the last few weeks on a complete visual renovation for our platform. live blogging, The MM Live, and she is ready for this event! That is why we will do our point-to-point coverage of the keynote, in Portuguese, including photos and additional comments.
Put the link in your favorites right now! 😉 We will start the work there with ~ 15 minutes in advance, around 1:45 pm.
For those who are busy at the time of the event (after all, it’s late on a Monday) and can’t follow either Apple’s broadcast or MM Live, we’ll post some highlights from our live blogging at the Twitter in @ without exaggeration, so as not to flood the timeline of anyone.
While all this is happening (the keynote itself should last 1h30-2h), we will prepare detailed articles about all the news that will be published little by little here on the website. And they continue until late at night, as they contain what is not lacking on days like this.
It's tradition. 😊 As with all of Apple's many other special events, we have prepared a Passbook Wallet ticket that will alert you when the keynote starts.
Add it by box Next:
Rack for WalletRequires iOS 6 or higher Compatible with iPhones / iPods touch
Or scan the following QR code through Wallet, tap the plus sign (+) in the upper right corner, choose “Scan Code” and point the camera:
Ready? At l, guys!