Apple Announces WWDC Schedule; To Start From 10th June

Apple today published the schedule of its annual World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) that is all set to be held from June 10th to June 14th. The event will be held at Moscone West in San Franscisco.


For the first time, Apple has also announced the time as to when the tickets will go on pre-order. The tickets will go on sales from April 25 at 10AM PDT/1PM ET. Last year, the tickets to WWDC sold out in less than 2 hours so it will be interesting to see if developers and Apple lovers are able to best their own record this time or not.

The WWDC logo from Apple is very bold this time as well. In fact, this is the first time I have seen Apple use such a bold and colourful logo. This will be the first event from Apple since iOS VP Scott Forstall left the company, and Ive took over the iOS UI department.

Apple will be giving the world a sneak peek into the next version of iOS and OS X to developers at WWDC, along with holding more than 100 sessions to cater to the needs of developers.

Via – The Verge

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