All posts tagged wwdc

→ iOS, OS X, music, Swift, and more: What you should know before WWDC next week

Ars Technica breaks down everything you might want to know heading into the Apple Keynote next week.

→ Jim Dalrmple’s WWDC Expectations

Marco Arment already said the one thing you can say about this post:

Yep.

→ Harry Mark’s Post-WWDC Expectations

Nailed it. I could not agree more.

→ John Siracusa on WWDC: The Lottery

A slightly different take than he had on ATP1:

Many more people want to attend WWDC than the conference can accommodate. There has been no shortage of interesting suggestions for how to fix this. Broadly speaking, WWDC has not changed in decades. Apple and its developer ecosystem, on the other hand, are radically different than they were just five years ago. Something has to give.

I think he also has a good, at least partial, solution:

Many more people want to attend WWDC than the conference can accommodate. There has been no shortage of interesting suggestions for how to fix this. Broadly speaking, WWDC has not changed in decades. Apple and its developer ecosystem, on the other hand, are radically different than they were just five years ago. Something has to give.


  1. On the podcast, he thought that everyone would get a ticket.