Apple’s annual developer conference usually takes place in June, and now we know exactly when this year: From June 13 through June 17 in San Francisco.
Apple opened up registration for its Worldwide Developers Conference on its website on Monday. The traditional WWDC keynote will take place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on June 13, and additional sessions during the week will happen at the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco, as in previous years.
Interested developers will need to apply for a chance to win the chance to purchase a pass by Friday, April 22 with their developer Apple ID. Tickets will cost $1599.
Apple’s automated voice assistant Siri teased the dates as an answer earlier on Monday ahead of the official announcement.
We’re expecting big updates to Apple’s iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and OS X software, as well as potential updates to its line of MacBook laptops.