Apple has taken the wraps off this year’s WWDC
website, and opened registration for developers. The
developer conference will be held from June 4 to June 8 at the
McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, just as it was in
Developers can register to attend starting today, for the price
of $1,599. Registration will remain open until March 22 at
10:00am Pacific Time. Apple will also make up to 350 student scholarships available.
All of Apple’s big WWDC announcements happen during the keynote
on the morning of June 4. This year, we expect to hear about
iOS 12, macOS 10.14, and new Mac hardware including updated Mac
laptops and maybe even the new Mac Pro. Apple’s big iPhone
announcements are typically held for an event in September, but
we may be treated to a launch of new iPad Pro models, sporting
an A11X chip and maybe even Face ID.
Be sure to check out our feature about all the
Apple events we expect in 2018, including projected dates
and details on what we expect the company to announce.