Apple to Hold WWDC Conference on June 4th
Apple has announced that it will hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on June 4th until June 8th in San Jose, California. It’ll be the 29th edition of the popular WWDC conference and keynotes will be held in the McEnery Convention Center.
As always, developers can purchase their entry tickets via the official WWDC website, with tickets available until March 22nd. The Cupertino company will hand out to interested developers at random, although press will be invited as well.
A teaser image that Apple has shown indicates that augmented reality will once again play a huge role in the keynote. Last year, Apple announced ARKit at the conference which easily allows app developers to add certain augmented reality features.
As well as additional news about VR, it is expected that Apple will announce more details about the upcoming iOS 12 as well as e new update for MacOS. According to earlier rumors, iOS 12 won’t focus on adding new features as much as other iterations but will aim to increase stability and fix common bugs instead.
It is unknown if Apple will announce new hardware at the event, although strong rumors about a cheaper MacBook and a cheaper iPad have surfaced recently. Last year, Apple announced the iMac Pro, the iPad Pro as well as the recently released HomePod.