Apple’s WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) event is back again this year, where it will kick off on June 2nd and end on June 6th. We have covered our fair share of news in recent WWDC events, and this year’s will be no different, too, with the world looking forward to see how Apple intends to move the industry in the direction that they think would have the next big thing. WWDC 2014 is set to take place in San Francisco, with approximately 1,000 of Apple engineers being there alongside an estimated attendance of 5,000 developers, too.
Apple decides to think different this time around by selling conference tickets in a manner that is different with how other companies do things. Apple will pick at random its developer attendees who have already registered for the conference instead of making the slew of conference tickets available simultaneously. I guess this would mean it follows a lottery style manner, but at least life is more exciting this way.
One can presume that at WWDC 2014, Apple will show off their latest developments as well as features in iOS and OS X platforms, and who knows, the MacBook Air too could be due for a hardware refresh. Are you game for Apple’s WWDC 2014?
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