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The Worst of WWDC – Apple’s biggest missteps on the way to success

WWDC is Apple’s annual backdrop for its most important software and hardware announcements. It has also unintentionally launched some of Apple’s biggest flops.

Tim Cook with a neutral expression next to a colorful Apple WWDC24 logo on a black background.
WWDC is usually successful for Apple, but you never know how things will go.

WWDC is not just a platform for Apple to showcase its latest developments. It is also a pivotal event that sets the trajectory for the company’s next generation of operating systems and services. And, occasionally, hardware.

For developers, WWDC is a chance to learn about upcoming changes so they can get a head start on developing new apps. WWDC has been the jumping-off point for things, which we cover here.

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