Apple has announced that this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference will take place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose from June 3 to June 7. This will be the 30th time Apple has held the conference. The company says those who attend will get insight into the future of its platforms.
What can we expect from the conference?
Apple generally uses the event to unveil details about the latest versions of its software. This means it is likely we will hear about iOS 13, as well as new versions of macOS, watchOS, and tvOS 6 at the upcoming event.
We don’t know what exactly will be revealed. However, the next version of iOS is expected to bring a night mode, updates to live photo, a new home screen, and changes to the files app. There could also be long-awaited improvements to how the software works on the iPad.
Apple doesn’t generally unveil new hardware at the developer conference, so if the company decides to reveal new iPads, MacBooks, or AirPods, it will likely be at a different time.
This isn’t all Apple has planned for the near future. On March 25, the company is holding an event that many expect will see the release of a new video streaming service and a magazine subscription platform.
Sounds good, how do I get tickets?
Developers can apply for tickets to the event from March 20 at 5 p.m. PDT at the Worldwide Developer Conference website. Tickets will be issues at random and those lucky enough to be chosen to pay the $1,599 entry fee will be notified the following day.
If you are unable to attend, you can live-stream the event through the Apple developer website or the Worldwide Developers Conference app on your Apple device.