Apple announced today in a press release that its annual developer conference, the Worldwide Developers Conference, is scheduled for June 2 and 6, 2014 at Moscone West in San Francisco. Tickets for the event go on sale today for $ 1,599 until Monday, April 7.
To meet an excessively high demand, Apple has adopted a lottery system that will randomly select developers from a defined list. The lucky ones will receive a message on Monday April 7 around 5 p.m. In addition, 200 students will benefit from free entry to the conference.For information, it is necessary to be a member of theiOS Developer Program, theiOS Developer Enterprise Program or even at Mac Developer Program to participate in the WWDC. In addition, and as was the case last year, developers aged 13 to 17 must have tickets purchased by their parents. Each ticket being nominative, none can be resold.
This 2014 edition of WWDC will most likely feature iOS 8, OS X 10.10 and according to the latest rumors of new Macs (read: Apple: Macbook Pro and 12-inch Macbook Air soon). Finally, the iWatch could also be unveiled this year.