Apple announces WWDC, opens registration for developers

Apple will unveil the next generation of iOS and MacOS on June 4th

Apple's WWDC 2018 kicks off June 4

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

This is the second year that Apple will host WWDC at the McEnery Convention Center. Indeed, there'll be everything from Apple TV software through to Apple Watch, with sessions that dig into Apple's various APIs that offer developers integration with Siri, HomeKit, MusicKit, Apple Health, and more. Every year at WWDC, Apple developers get an insight of what the company is working on while getting the opportunity to share their experiences with others.

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Apple will also be taking a page from Microsoft's and Google's books and be debuting universal apps by allowing iOS apps to run on macOS devices. New for 2018 will be HomePod, too, with Apple's freshly-released smart speaker intended as a hub not only for smart home technology but Siri interactions too. Get-Togethers Engage in motivating conversations around key topics with fellow developers and Apple experts.

Developers can apply for tickets from now through March 22 at 10 a.m. PDT via the WWDC website. Submissions will be accepted from March 26 through April 1, and applicants will learn their status by April 20.

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