Apple has officially announced the dates for WWDC 2019, in which the company will be announcing major updates to its software products. The event is going to kick off on June 3rd in San Jose, California and will go on until June 7th. This year’s event will also take place at McEnery Convention Center.
World Wide Developers Conference or WWDC is a major Apple event in which the company is expected to announce iOS 13, macOS 10.15, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13. While Apple’s keynote mostly focuses on software products, the company has in previous years used this opportunity to announce new hardware products as well.
In addition to announcing the date and venue for WWDC 2019, Apple has also opened registration to buy the $1,599 ticket. The tickets will be sold through a lottery system to meet the high demand. Those registered in buying a ticket can register until March 20th.
While there are going to be a number of announcements at this year’s WWDC none will be more interesting than iOS 13, which is expected to bring new features to iPhones and iPads. A big reason why this year’s iOS upgrade is expected to bring many new features as last year’s iOS 12 focused mainly on performance. Apple fans are already excited about what iOS 13 is going to bring to iPhones and have already started making concepts about the things they want to see in it.