This year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple’s annual software-focused actuality, will run from June 4 to June 8. Like last year’s WWDC, 2018’s convention will take place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
Colleagues of Apple’s Developer Program and its Developer Enterprise Program can apply for symposium tickets now through March 22. Tickets will be issued during a random selection process. Other attendees will have to pay $1,599 per ticket, the nevertheless as a ticket was to last year’s WWDC.
This is the second year that Apple liking host WWDC at the McEnery Convention Center. In previous years, the attendance held the conference in San Francisco at the Moscone West Convention Center. The thousand of people attending WWDC has grown so much over the years that Apple dire to move it to a larger location to accommodate all the attendees.
WWDC is precisely what its prestige suggests—a developer’s conference—so the focus will be on Apple software moderately than hardware. Apple will likely show off iOS 12, the next iteration of its software for iPhone and iPad. We already recognize some details about iOS 12 as Apple has emphasized recently that it’s nave on performance and reliability in this next version of iOS. Apple is also reportedly trade on a universal app system for iOS and macOS, as well as new Animojis.
But hardware isn’t unheard of at WWDC—final year’s conference gave us the $349 HomePod, Apple’s first apt speaker, which only became available for purchase recently. This year, Apple may coming out a new iPad featuring the FaceID camera found in the iPhone X as well as Animojis and ARKit characters. There are also rumors about a new, entry-level 13-inch MacBook that could fit available in Q2 of this year. Due to its rumored screen size, that appliance may be positioned as a long-awaited update to the existing MacBook Air.