Apple's 2018 WWDC event starts June 4th

Leigh Mccormick
March 14, 2018

It'll be held in San Jose, California like previous year, and will run from June 4-8.

Apple uses the conference to share perspectives and learn bout the future of Apple's products and services.

Apple announced its annual World Wide Developer Conference ticket lottery on Tuesday.

Registration for this event begin March 22, 2018, at 10am PT and tickets will be offered by random selection. Apple will then randomly select developers who can then purchase a ticket for $1,599. By and large though, the move was well-received by developers and easier for Apple engineers due to the venue's proximity to Cupertino, so it's not surprising to see WWDC return to San Jose for 2018.

Beta versions of Apple software are normally released immediately following the keynote presentation, so we'll have the chance to play with Apple's shiniest new software versions on June 4th or 5th. iOS 12 is not supposed to be a game-changing update; Apple will reportedly focus on stability and security rather than new features.

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Engage in motivating conversations around key topics with fellow developers and Apple experts.

Apple says that the company is also providing "up to" 350 free tickets through its WWDC student scholarship program.

Last year's WWDC 2017 surprised everyone with a massive push into VR and more importantly into AR with a demo from Wingnut AR as presented in the video below.

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