Today Apple officially announced that its biggest conference of the year, Worldwide Developers Conference, will kick off on June 10 in San Francisco. It will last four days, ending on the 14th of June. At the conference Apple will be unveiling its next iOS and OS X platform updates, and it is rumored that we might be treated to some hardware announcements as well.
Keep up with tradition, this year Apple once again offers student scholarships for Worldwide Developers Conference 2013. 150 scholarships are being offered by the company. To qualify for these spots, students must be 13 years old as well as members of iOS developer program. Students applying for these scholarships must create apps that highlight their coding skills, their interests and their background. These applications must be submitted by 5:00 pm PDT on the 2nd of May. The conference will definitely be an amazing experience for aspiring coders and developers. They have an opportunity to get in by displaying their skills, while adult developers anxiously wait for tickets to go on sale. If history repeats itself, the tickets will sell out in a matter of hours.
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