Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, will be held from June 13-17 in San Francisco, the company announced Monday.
WWDC offers the Cupertino, Calif.-based technology firm a chance to connect directly with the programmers who develop software for its devices, like the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers. Apple often uses the event to showcase new software and hardware of its own.
“With four innovative operating systems and a new, intuitive programming language powering over 1 billion devices worldwide, there has never been a more exciting time to bring our developer community together,” said Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Philip Schiller in a statement.
A limited number of WWDC tickets are available through Apple. Otherwise, you’ll be able to watch the event via a livestream.
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