In an unsurprising announcement, Apple has confirmed that the keynote address for the Worldwide Developers Conference will be at the Moscone Center on June 10, the first day of the conference.
Prior WWDC keynotes have started at 10 AM Pacific time.
Microsoft will host its E3 press conference at the Galen Center on Monday, June 10.
Invites ask that guests arrive by 8:45 a.m. Pacific time. If past years’ start times are anything to go by, it’ll begin at 10 a.m.
Interesting. This sort of heavy overlap has happened in the past few years - Apple tends to get tons of press attention (negative and positive) even when they're not doing anything, and they can certainly suck the oxygen out of other people's announcements by drawing the attention of the tech press.
Have they ever previously had a WWDC keynote at the *same time* as a big console-maker's E3 press conference, though?