Talk:Apple media events
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So are WWDCs "Apple media events", or not?
Is this page intended to include all events where Apple announce stuff, or just the ones where, out of the blue, they say "hey, we're going to have an event"? I've generally heard the latter referred to as "media events", but I haven't heard the regularly-scheduled WWDCs referred to in that fashion. Guy Harris (talk) 17:10, 30 May 2017 (UTC)