The Apple World Wide Developer Conference 2016 has been announced. Buying WWDC 2016 tickets is again a lottery.
Apple announced the World Wide Developer Conference 2016. The WWDC 2016 will take place on June 13 to 17 in San Francisco. These dates have been already known. The WWDC 2016 tickets will be again offered at random to people who register from now until April 22.
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The announcement of the WWDC 2016 is a bit weird this year. Apple used Siri to give a teaser and the WWDC 2016 page has a weird text formatted in code syntax that hints at possible bots playing a role at the WWDC as they have at Facebook's F8.
The tickets to the WWDC 2016 cost $1,599. You will know by Monday, April 25, 5pm PDT if you won the right to purchase a ticket. Registration to the WWDC 2016 is available here. Apple's developer conference will take place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
The WWDC 2016 is expected to bring besides news about the next versions of iOS, watchOS, tvOS and OS X, new Mac hardware. Apple says about the WWDC 2016: "The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off at the historic Bill Graham Civic Auditorium for an unforgettable Monday as Apple’s renowned developer community comes together to learn about the future of OS X, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. The Keynote and State of the Union promise exciting reveals, providing inspiration and new opportunities to continue creating the most innovative apps in the world. End the day by honoring the most remarkable developers of the year at the Apple Design Awards."
The WWDC 2016 keynote will be streamed live online at 10am PDT on June 13. Apple will also stream live sessions and have streaming sessions daily and posting videos of all sessions throughout the week of the conference.