Apple has announced that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will start on June 2, and as usual will be held at San Francisco’s Moscone West. The five day extravaganza will see developers congregate to hear about all things iOS and OS X, and will include technical sessions with Apple engineers. For the rest of us, well, there’s typically always a fair bit of consumer news from the event.

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If you’re keen you can apply for tickets via the WWDC portal from today through Monday, April 7. Tickets will be issued by random selection. If you’re successful, you’ll know by 5pm PDT on April 7. Also read: Apple’s WWDC conference sells out in a record 2 minutes