This year was no different, as Apple showed off its new operating systems -- iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, watchOS 2 -- and a slew of other products and services, including the much talked-about Apple Music.Read More: Apple WWDC Live Blog Recap
There are thousands and thousands of people who come to WWDC every year, with CEO Tim Cook noting the event attracted developers from 70 countries. And 80% of attendees captured their first glimpse of WWDC for their first time. Unfortunately, not everyone can attend, even if they'd like to.
Apple live streamed the keynote address and, for the first time ever, noted would do the same for some of the sessions and labs. But, as most folks would agree, there's nothing like being there in person.
Here's an inside look at the WWDC through a collection of photos taken straight from the event at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco.
When you first walk into Moscone Center West, you're hit smack in the face with Apple signs. If you didn't know you were here for an Apple event, you know now!