It's time to update your Macworld/iWorld 2014 calendar because the event is moving from the beginning of February to March 27 through March 29. The new dates also come with a venue change to San Francisco's Moscone North from Moscone West where the event has been held for the past few years.
Macworld/iWorld moves to March and Moscone North
The news first showed up at Macworld, but considering today is April 1, The Mac Observer double checked to make sure the new dates were legit. Our confirmation came from Paul Kent, who is the man behind Macworld/iWorld and IDG World Expo Vice President.
The move means vendors and media will have a little breathing room between the Consumer Electronics Show at the beginning of January, and it also means the show won't overlap the Super Bowl on February 2. While Moscone West is a great venue, moving to the North hall should be more convenient for attendees since they won't have as many stairs to contend with when running between convention hall levels.
Macworld/iWorld is an annual convention that includes several days of sessions and training on all things Apple. The event has become something of an annual tradition for many Apple fans not only for the sessions and expo hall, but also for the sense of community and reunion with friends and colleagues.
Several vendors have already signed up to participate in the expo hall, but conference tickets won't go on sale until later this year.