Apple announced today that it’s WWDC developer conference will take place between Monday June 2nd and Friday June 6th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
The regular site of Apple’s conference, the summer show usually coincides with the announcement of a new iOS version, along with minor updates to hardware like laptops. No new mobile hardware has been announced at WWDC since the iPhone 4 in 2010. This year, we’ll likely see our first glimpse of iOS 8, which looks to improve on the base of iOS 7 with a number of health- and fitness-focused features.
Registrants can apply starting today through April 7th, and like Google I/O this year winners will be selected via lottery, a process that will inevitably lead to disappointment, but will also prevent users from scrambling to get tickets.