Published: Wed, March 14, 2018
Sci-tech | By Eric Barnett

Apple's WWDC 2018 event will start on June 4th

Apple's WWDC 2018 event will start on June 4th

WWDC 2018 will run from June 4 through June 8 and take place in San Jose, California for the second year in a row.

Apple announced its annual World Wide Developer Conference ticket lottery on Tuesday. If your name is pulled out of the hat, the credit card associated with your Apple ID will be charged $1,599 Dollars, or the equivalent in local currency for those not living in the U.S. In previous years, the company held the conference in San Francisco at the Moscone West Convention Center. Available in 155 countries across iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS and iMessage, the App Store gives Apple customers access to millions of apps to make their lives easier, enrich their passions and connect with people around the globe. Tickets will be issued randomly by March 23rd. As always, developers who aren't chosen and consumers will be able to livestream the event online. Developers can apply for tickets now through March 22 at 10AM PT / 1PM ET through Apple's WWDC site. Despite being developer-focussed events, these events are significant to everyone else as well because it's at these events that Apple announces updates to the software that powers its iconic devices.

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I am sure Bill Walton is not pleased, but maybe we will be fortunate enough to hear his rants while he calls some of these games. Wagner made its first NIT appearance in 1979, under the direction of three-time NBA Champion and Wagner Hall of Famer, P.J.

As is typical for Apple, rumors have been swirling about its upcoming operating system updates.

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