Published: Wed, March 14, 2018
Science | By Cecil Little

Apple to host 29th Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose

Apple to host 29th Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose

The yearly event has become one of the most important in the calendar, and not only for people creating apps for iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

Apple has announced that WWDC 2018, the Worldwide Developer Conference where Apple will preview iOS 12 and the next edition of macOS, will happen on June 4th in San Jose, California.

Specifically, the conference will be held at the McEnery Convention Center once again.

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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.

Apple Developer Program and Apple Developer Enterprise Program members can now register to buy tickets by March 22nd through the WWDC website.

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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. As has been the case in past years, tickets will be issued through a random selection process due to the simple fact that Apple can't accommodate every request.

While iPhone and Mac may be the most focused-on platforms, that's not to say WWDC will concern itself exclusively with them.

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