Apple Announces That WWDC 2018 Will Return to San Jose June 4

Apple Announces That WWDC 2018 Will Return to San Jose June 4

Apple has announced the WWDC 2018 dates, its annual Worldwide Developer Conference at which we're expecting to see the next versions of iOS and macOS. The venue of choice this year is The McEnery Convention Center in San Jose. Apple will be livestreaming the conference on its developer website, as well as the WWDC app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV devices.

WWDC 2018 will kick off on the 4th of June and will run through the 8th of the same month.

Occasionally the company also uses the event to announce hardware products. At last year's WWDC, Apple showed off upgraded iPads, the HomePod speaker, new Macs, and software-based enhancements for iPhones and Macs.

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Tickets to the conference cost US$1,599 (RM6,225) and will be distributed via random selection after a registration process ending March 22, Apple said.

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Although Apple didn't outline exactly what it plans to cover, the conference in past years has served to showcase the company's next major software releases including iOS, macOS and watchOS. Up to 350 WWDC Student Scholarships are available this year, providing students and members of all STEM organizations an opportunity to earn a free ticket to WWDC.