It is no secret that Apple likes to keep its upcoming announcements a secret. The company is set to host its 2017-edition of the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California from June 5-9. With just a few days left for the conference to kick start, Apple updated its WWDC page with more information on the schedule of the week-long conference. It is just that the information is cryptic, with some forced puns, and absolutely no tasteful humor. Don t ‘bee-live us’? Read on. Also Read - PUBG New State receives over 17 million pre-registrations as closed alpha testing endsAlso Read - iPhone selling in LG stores? Apple is apparently in talks for a new deal
While the keynote by CEO Tim Cook will begin at 10AM local time, there is a session scheduled for late afternoon, titled This session name hasn t been engaged yet. While just the venue and time details are provided, it is unclear what the session would be about. A session for the following day is called To bee determined. You can check the full schedule here to figure out Apple s sorry attempt at humor. If you thought this was the extent to which one could try really, really hard at humor; there s more. ALSO READ: Apple WWDC 2017 live stream to kick off on June 5 at 10:30PM IST Also Read - Apple CEO Tim Cook claims iOS is more secure than Android
In the WWDC 2017 videos segment, the level of cryptic reaches notches high as the App Frameworks sessions get the German language thrown into the mix. While the first few provide a peek into sessions for TouchBar, animations, user experiences; what follows are some sessions with a hint towards rival Android platform. With little or no details, some sessions only read Thank you froyo patience. Froyo is the codename for one of Google s Android OS released in 2011.
Some sessions use emojis to further add to the confusion. A session title features a violin emoji with a title that reads Still fiddling around with this one . It could be something related to the Apple Music service, however, it really is difficult to decode what it would entail. Other funny, yet not-so-funny titles are Whale let you know when it s ready, We re being vague on porpoise, and We ll a dress this session name later. ALSO READ: Apple WWDC 2017: iOS 11, WatchOS 4, Siri step-up and Google Home competitor; What we know so far
In one of the sessions on Developer Tools, the company does clarify with an unfunny, You real eyes this name s not permanent, right? Okay, Apple. You ve got our attention. However, if this is anyway the company s attempt at being humorous, then the internet is sorry.