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

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Apple announced Tuesday that its Woldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is kicking off June 4th in San Jose. This year, the event will start on June 4 and run through June 8.

In addition to the next versions of its operating systems for iOS, Mac, Apple Watch, and probably Apple TV, Apple could also announce a slew of new hardware.

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Specifically, the conference will be held at the McEnery Convention Center once again. It's the second year in a row that Apple has used the facility; in previous years, the event had been staged in San Francisco.

The random lottery ticket process for developers will launches today and ends on March 22 at 10AM PDT/1PM EDT, with winners notified by March 23 at 5PM PDT/8PM PDT. Tickets are limited, and expensive: one will set you back $1,599. New for 2018 will be HomePod, too, with Apple's freshly-released smart speaker intended as a hub not only for smart home technology but Siri interactions too. Up to 350 WWDC Student Scholarships are available this year, providing students and members of all STEM organizations an opportunity to earn a free ticket to WWDC.

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