Apple headlines for the week ending Feb. 17, 2017Image by AppleApple announced the dates for its Worldwide Developers Conference and the company also revealed a change in venue. If you\u2019re not a developer, that\u2019s OK, there are plenty of Apple-related headlines in this week\u2019s roundup; check them out in this slideshow. Just click on the link to get more information.From Macworld:Image by IDGTickets will be available through the customary lottery system, which opens March 27 at 10 a.m. Pacific. Ticket prices will be the same as usual. If you can\u2019t make it to this year\u2019s event, Apple will live-stream conference sessions online and make them available to watch on-demand after WWDC ends.From Macworld:Image by IDG\nApple is turning its attention to content to differentiate the TV. The skinny bundle is an unlikely option, though Apple has other ideas. This spring, the company is releasing two original shows on Apple Music. It\u2019s also in talks with content makers and production companies to distribute their work or outright buy them.Also:Apple\u2019s original TV shows are almost ready for prime time (Macworld)From Business Insider:Image by IDGOur source says Apple Store employees were instructed this weekend to continue to display the LG monitors on the show floor but not sell them if a customer wants one. Apple\u2019s online store listed the monitor as shipping within five to six weeks.From IDG News Service:Image by IDGApple\u2019s membership of the WPC may have nothing to do with phones. The magnetic charging adapter supplied with the Apple Watch will charge Qi devicesw so membership may just be a delayed recognition of that usage.From MacRumors:Image by IDG\u2026An iPhone prototype travels across the world in a \u201cstealth\u201d case designed to prevent onlookers from seeing how it looks. The case conceals most of the iPhone, while it has yellow \u201csecurity\u201d tape along the sides that would show any tampering by somebody trying to get it open. From Macworld:Image by IDG\n\u201cI regard it as a big idea like the smartphone,\u201d [Cook] said. \u201cThe smartphone is for everyone, we don\u2019t have to think the iPhone is about a certain demographic, or country or vertical market: it\u2019s for everyone. I think AR is that big, it\u2019s huge.\u201dFrom Motherboard:Image by IDGApple is planning to fight proposed electronics \u201cRight to Repair\u201d legislation being considered by the Nebraska state legislature, according to a source within the legislature who is familiar with the bill\u2019s path through the statehouse.From MacRumors:Image by IDGThis is a new iPad Pro ad campaign for Apple, but it is similar to past iPad Pro ads the company has shared, which have also highlighted features like the touchscreen, Apple Pencil, multitasking, Smart Keyboard, and more. From The Economic Times:Image by IDGThe Cupertino-based tech giant is likely to go ahead with the Bengaluru assembly plan without waiting for the government\u2019s nod for the list of tax concessions that it had sought along with other demands.