Apple's 2018 WWDC is set for June 4 in San Jose, California

Apple's 2018 WWDC is set for June 4 in San Jose, California

Apple's 2018 WWDC is set for June 4 in San Jose, California

Apple has announced its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will kick off June 4-8 in San Jose, again at the McEnery Convention Center, like past year.

As we noted when the dates were announced in February of a year ago, the decision made sense at the time, given the rapidly rising cost of living in SF and the fact that the show needs some room to grow. Developers can apply for tickets now through March 22 at 10AM PT / 1PM ET through Apple's WWDC site.

Apple held its annual event at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from 2003 through 2016.

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This year's Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple's annual software-focused event, will run from June 4 to June 8. As of today, $1,599 tickets are being offered "by random selection" from the pool of developers who have signed up by 10 a.m.

Meanwhile, budding developers may be able to snag one for free. If you are one and are registered with Apple as well, then head over to this link to sign up and apply for the ticket. The company also typically releases new features for developers to integrate into apps, like it did with augmented reality past year.

Apple will also once again be offering WWDC Student Scholarships, providing eligible students with the a complimentary ticket and lodging at the conference.

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