Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) reported that it will host its 29th yearly Worldwide Developers Conference from June 4 through June 8, 2018 in San Jose. This event, which brings the world’s most creative developer community on same platform, will be held at McEnery Convention Center. The experts attend this event every year to share distinct perspectives and know about the future of Apple’s revolutionary services and products.
Every year, Worldwide Developers Conference offers a prospect for several developers to know more about how to advance fresh experiences across Apple’s distinct platform for iPad®, iPhone®, Apple TV®, Mac®, HomePod™ and Apple Watch®. An extensive range of strong developer APIs, including SiriKit™, HomeKit™, MusicKit™, ResearchKit®, Core ML™, HealthKit™ and GymKit™ provide developers new means to help users take control of everything from their homes and health, to how they shop, learn and get around.
In 2017 at WWDC Apple launched ARKit, which prompted developers with applications in different category on the App Store® embrace unique ways to engage consumers with virtual experiences covered in the real world.
The App Store marks as the most exciting software market platform in the world. Available in 155 nations across macOS®, watchOS®, tvOS™, iMessage® and iOS, the App Store provides Apple consumers access to millions of applications to make their lives relaxed, enrich their passions and bond with people across the globe. Apple enthusiasts and Developers everywhere can livestream the event on the WWDC app for iPad, Apple TV and iPhone, and through the Apple Developer site.
Developers have an option to apply for tickets until March 22 via the WWDC website. Tickets are issued using a random selection procedure, and developers will be updated of application status by March 23, 2018. Students remain an integral part of the company’s developer community. As many as 350 WWDC Student Scholarships are offered this year.
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