Apple has today announced that WWDC, its World Wide Developer Conference, will take begin on June 8 this year.
The show will be its 26th developer-focused even and will run for four days, June 8 through June 12 at Moscone West in San Francisco. Tickets are available via Apple’s WWDC website from now until Friday April 17. Apple said they would be issued “through a random selection process,” and that lucky (and unlucky) applicants will know the status of their tickets by April 20.
Of course, if you’re not successful in getting a ticket – demand is always insanely high – then many of the workshops, keynotes and other 100 sessions will be live streamed, so you can watch along online at least.
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