Apple today announced that its 30th annual Worldwide Developers Conference will begin on Monday, June 3 and last through Friday, June 7, with the conference set to be held at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
Developers are able to register to attend starting this morning. As Apple has done for many years, WWDC attendees will be selected using a lottery system because of the popularity of the conference.
Apple is pricing tickets at $1,599, and only developers who win the aforementioned ticket lottery will be able to purchase a ticket to attend.
To enter the lottery, developers must have been a member of the Apple Developer Program or the Apple Developer Enterprise Program as of March 12, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time.
Developers who are chosen through the WWDC ticket lottery will be notified later in March. Apple also plans to make WWDC Student Scholarships available to students and members of STEM organizations. Scholarships include a free WWDC ticket, free lodging, and a free one-year membership to the Apple Developer Program.
Apple’s WWDC keynote is used to introduce new software, to debut new hardware products, and to allow the company to network with developers from around the world. This year, we are expecting Apple to introduce iOS 13, macOS 10.15, tvOS 13, and watchOS 6.
The keynote event will be held on June 3, which is when we’ll get our first look at the new operating systems. Right now, it’s not known if new hardware will make a debut, but we are waiting on news about Apple’s upcoming high-end modular Mac Pro.
Additional details about what we can expect to see will undoubtedly surface as the June conference date approaches.
Apple has been holding its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose since 2017, and the event always takes place right around the same time in June.
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