Apple’s 29th WWDC developer conference scheduled to begin June 4th

Apple’s 29th WWDC developers conference will kick off June 4th and run through June 8th at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. Developers can now apply for tickets to the event through the WWDC website (developer.apple.com/wwdc/register/). If you apply, your name will join those of countless other developers hoping to attend, but that will be determined only by random selection. If your name is pulled out of the hat, the credit card associated with your Apple ID will be charged $1,599 USD, or the equivalent in local currency for those not living in the U.S.

Last year’s WWDC revealed iOS 11, WatchOS 4, two new iPad Pro tablets, the Apple Home Pod smart speaker, and new functionality for virtual assistant Siri. This year, Apple will unveil iOS 12 and we could see the new Apple iPad Pro slates that feature an edge-to-edge display, the TrueDepth Camera and Face ID. In other words, some of the features of the Apple iPhone X are expected to grace the new top-of-the-line tablets.

We could also see Apple introduce a sequel to its “low-priced” Apple iPhone SE. The iPhone SE 2 is rumored to carry a slightly larger 4.2-inch display with 2016’s A10 Fusion chipset under the hood. The handset is said to be equipped with 2GB of RAM along with 32GB/128GB of native storage. Unlike the OG model, the iPhone SE 2 will sport the faster second-generation version of Touch ID.

To qualify for the ticket lottery, you must be a member of the Apple Developer Program or Apple Developer Enterprise Program as of this morning.

source: Apple

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