Apple’s WWDC or World Wide Developers Conference has been one of the most anticipated annual events in the tech world for over three decades now. In recent years, it has become possible to stream the live event on Apple TV or an iOS device. First held in 1987 in San Jose, California, Apple’s primary media event has an amazing history that we’ll look at in this post through ten facts about the WWDC that you’ve probably not heard before. Let’s dig in.
Ten Most Interesting Facts about WWDC
#1. Since 1998, the former CEO Steve Jobs used to start the event with the keynote presentation. Fans started calling the presentation as “Stevenotes”.