Apple opens WWDC 2018 registration for June 4-8 in San Jose

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The Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, for 2018 will be held in San Jose, California, much like previous year and is scheduled for June 4-8. Available in 155 countries across iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS and iMessage, the App Store gives Apple customers access to millions of apps to make their lives easier, enrich their passions and connect with people around the globe. Reports originating from Bloomberg indicate that the firm will be pushing for stability in this years release, and has pushed back much-requested features like a revamp of the home-screen in order to get this update right.

You'll be able to live stream Apple WWDC 2018 in case you can't make it in person or afford the ticket price - it's slightly more expensive than an iPhone X 256GB.

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This year's show, running through June 8th, will take place at the McEnery Convention Center.

That's because Apple is expected to introduce universal apps that would run across Macs, iPhones and iPads. Instead, it's focusing on reliability. While not many details have been given surrounding the new software, we did hear a little while ago Apple plans to refine the experience of using iOS 12 while also offering cross-platform compatibility between iOS and macOS. That said, we've heard very little about either future update thus far. Apple will then randomly select developers who can then purchase a ticket for $1,599.