Apple on Thursday announced its annual Worldwide Developer conference will once again take place on San Jose, Calif. The event will take place from June 3 to June 7 at the McEnery Convention Center.
Developers interested in attending the conference, where Apple typically unveils updates to its growing suite of operating systems, can apply for a ticket now through March 20. Those who win the lottery for a ticket will be notified on March 21. Visit the WWDC website to apply for a ticket.
This year we should expect to see iOS 13, and the next versions of watchOS, tvOS, and macOS during the opening keynote on June 3.
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Prior to WWDC, Apple is holding a special event on Mar. 25, when the company is expected to unveil various subscription services ranging from video to magazine and news.
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