Apple has announced that WWDC 2015 is set to kick off on 8 June, and will give us our first glimpse at the future of iOS (iOS 9?) and OS X (OS X 10.11?).
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference has been an important event on the Apple calendar since as far back as the 80s, but has become increasingly known for Apple hardware and software announcements over the past ten years.
Here, we take a look back at Apple’s WWDC announcements, starting with 10 years ago: WWDC 2005
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