Apple arrangements to hold its yearly Worldwide Developers Conference on June 13 to June 17 in San Francisco, at the Moscone West convention center where the meeting has been held for as far back as quite a while.
The authority WWDC dates have spilled courtesy of Siri (via 9to5Mac), who, when asked when WWDC will be held reacts:
The Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held June 13 to June 17 in San Francisco. I’m so excited!
While today’s information considers official affirmation that the conference will be held from June 13 to June 17, the dates being referred to were already known in view of booking information at Moscone West. Since January, the Moscone Center has been reserved for the first, second, fourth, and fifth weeks of June, leaving just the third week open for Apple.
Given that Siri is giving information about the Worldwide Developers Conference, the ticket lottery for the occasion is up and coming and could go live when tomorrow. Because of the popularity of the occasion, Apple offers each $1,599 ticket to developers in view of a lottery system.
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference is important to developers because it allows them to interface with Apple engineers and go to a wide assortment of instructional sites to learn strategies for enhancing their applications.
For non-developers, the Worldwide Developers Conference gives a first look at new versions of iOS and OS X and is also regularly used as a venue for presenting new items and services.