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Watching Apple's WWDC Event

Published June 5, 2017

The Apple WWDC events, which are designed for Apple developers, are always a great source of inspiration for our team here when we come up with new ideas for useful apps. As many of you know, we build a nice number of Jewish apps, and often, the ideas we come up with come shortly after their annual WWDC event.

We have never been to the event in San Jose in person, but we do live stream the event and then watch the recorded sessions later.

Here is how I personally watch the event, while also following the live blog coverage as well.

I steam it via my Apple TV which is plugged into a TV mounted on my office wall.  It is a good way for me to consume this content while still using my other devices at the same time.

How do you watch the WWDC, if you do?  

In any event, stay tuned to new apps or features from us shortly after this event! 

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Barry Schwartz is the CEO of RustyBrick, a New York Web service firm specializing in customized online technology that helps companies decrease costs and increase sales. Barry is also the founder of the Search Engine Roundtable and the News Editor of Search Engine Land. He is well known & respected for his expertise in the search marketing industry. Barry graduated from the City University of New York and lives with his family in the NYC region.

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