Today, Apple officially announced, via its official developer portal on its website, that its Worldwide Developers Conference will kick off during the first week of June.
Apple has updated its developer website to confirm that WWDC 2018 will start on Monday, June 4. It will run until Friday, June 8. The event will be once again held at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, where it was held the year before. While the event does not kick off until June, developers that want to sign up for the conference can do so beginning today.
Registration for developers will be open until Thursday, March 22. It will close at 10:00 AM Pacific Time, or 1:00 PM Eastern Time. WWDC is one of the most popular events in the developer community as a whole, and, as such, Apple will be using a lottery system to choose which developers will get to attend the event this year.
Tickets are priced at $1,599, for those who do get selected in the lottery.
The Worldwide Developers Conference is where Apple shows off new software and features for platforms like iOS, macOS, and watchOS. tvOS will more than likely get some attention this year, as it didn’t get much last year. Apple will likely be showing off iOS 12 and the next major version upgrade from macOS High Sierra.