Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference begins June 4

Apple will unveil the next generation of iOS and MacOS on June 4th

Apple's WWDC 2018 kicks off June 4

Apple today announced it will host its 29th annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose from June 4 through June 8. In between those dates, Apple will hold various developer-focused conferences on topics like different programming languages, design, and more. Developers and Apple enthusiasts everywhere can live-stream the conference on the WWDC app for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV as well as through the Apple Developer website.

Apple is expected to announce iOS 12 and the next version of macOS at WWDC.

As always, we'll keep you up to speed with all the news that comes out of San Jose this June.

If universal apps are part of Apple's plans, there would be no better place to introduce the concept than an event attended by thousands of software makers. The McEnery Convention Center will once again be home to Apple's developers from across the world. Apple will then randomly select developers who can then purchase a ticket for $1,599. Still, last year's show not only included a preview of the HomePod speaker but also the unveiling of the iMac Pro.

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