It'll be held in San Jose, California like previous year, and will run from June 4-8.
Members of Apple's Developer Program and its Developer Enterprise Program can apply for conference tickets now through March 22. Apple hasn't shared the agenda for this year's conference, but said on its website that company engineers will hold more than 100 sessions with developers on new technologies to be announced. However, Apple hasn't been shy about teasing new hardware at the event too, even with its software focus. Starting March 23, registrants will be chosen at random by Apple to receive tickets. The venue of choice this year is The McEnery Convention Center in San Jose.
Apple's World Wide Developer 2018 is now officially offical.
Last year'sWWDC 2017 surprised everyone with a massive push into VR and more importantly into AR with a demo from Wingnut AR as presented in the video below.
Apple is expected to unveil new details about future versions of iOS-its mobile operating system that runs on iPhones and iPads-and macOS-it's laptop and desktop operating system found in its line of Macs and MacBook computers.
Apple will also once again be offering WWDC Student Scholarships, providing eligible students with the a complimentary ticket and lodging at the conference.