Apple announces WWDC 2018 dates

Cerina Cruz
Cerina Cruz March 14, 2018
Updated 2022/04/14 at 11:00 AM

Apple has posted dates for their annual Worldwide Developer Conference on their website earlier today. The much-awaited WWDC will kick off on June 4 and its last day will be on June 8. The event will be held in The McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. Tickets for developers are currently selling for a hefty $1,599 from now until March 22 and 350 STEM students will get a chance to attend the event for free with Apple’s WWDC Student Scholarships. The rest of us plebeians who can’t make it can still follow along the event with the WWDC app.

The company is expected to unveil above all else the iOS 12, along with a macOS update, and if rumors ring true, some new hardware such as headphones and entry-level MacBooks. There are also some reports of Apple launching their Animojis to a new model of the iPad with a face camera.

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