It'll be held in San Jose, California like past year, and will run from June 4-8.
Known as WWDC, the event annually hosts technical sessions for developers from around the world, and serves as the launching pad for the latest versions of Apple's macOS, iOS, tvOS, and watchOS operating systems.
The conference will be held at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. Registration for the ticket lottery is open now and ends March 22nd. The tickets will be made available through Apple's dedicated WWDC site. Last year, Apple announced iOS 11 as well products like the HomePod at the event. As always, developers who aren't chosen and consumers will be able to livestream the event online. However, Apple often reveals new devices during the keynote of WWDC, and this year we're tentatively expecting to see a new MacBook Air with a Retina display, and likely some new iPads, possibly with Face ID.
The specifics of updates to either platform aren't known at the moment, but we'll find out more when Apple tells all this May.
Also up for grabs will be around 350 WWDC Student Scholarships providing students and members of all STEM organisations an opportunity to earn a free ticket to WWDC. Submissions will be accepted from March 26 through April 1, and applicants will learn their status by April 20.