Apple: WWDC isn’t big enough anymore

Apple’s business has grown. The company isn’t defined by a couple of products, but by four platforms from which proliferate many products, services, and more. This morning it opened its first ever App Accelerator scheme in India, reflecting just how vast and diverse its developer community is becoming.

WWDC just isn’t big enough

Apple holds one developer event each year, the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). It’s great, but tickets are at a premium, not every developer can make it to the show (even if they have the magic beans it takes to travel there), and many developers aren’t inclined to share their social media accounts on entering the country.

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from Computerworld Mobile & Wireless


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