Michael Archambault is a technology blogger and photographer based out of Long Island, New York; he has worked for a variety of publications and networks including Mobile Nations, Amazon’s DPReview, PetaPixel, and LifeWire. Michael has also served numerous times as a guest correspondent on the BBC’s WorldNews service. Attracted by the magic of technology and the promise of the future, Michael enjoys channeling his passion through writing, finding delight in sharing technology with those around him.
Apple developers and fans alike look forward, every year, to the company's World Wide Developer Conference, WWDC, and for this year, we already have the rumored dates that might bring us Apple's latest tech announcements.
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