Apple opens WWDC 2018 registration: June 4-8 in San Jose

Apple will unveil the next generation of iOS and MacOS on June 4th

Apple's WWDC 2018 kicks off June 4

Apple will host its 29th annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose from June 4 to June 8.

The San Jose-based developer conference is nearly certainly where Apple will reveal next milestone software updates: iOS 12, MacOS 10.14, watchOS 5 and tvOS 12.

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In addition to paid tickets, Apple is also offering up to 350 students and STEM organization members aged 13 or older the opportunity to win free tickets by creating Swift playgrounds. Apple will then randomly select developers who can then purchase a ticket for $1,599. You can also expect the company to take some time at WWDC to preview changes to watchOS and tvOS for its respective Apple Watch and Apple TV products.

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Apple has reportedly shelved many exciting features intended for iOS 12, including a home screen redesign and several app tweaks.

It's going to be interesting to see how Apple talks up iOS 12. That said. reports indicate that a new low-end MacBook and smaller iPad Pro version may be breaking cover at this event.

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