Apple announced Tuesday that its Woldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is kicking off June 4th in San Jose. Apple plans to award up to 350 WWDC Student Scholarships-including a ticket to the conference plus a one-year membership in the Apple Developer Program-to "talented students and STEM organization members".
As for what to expect from Apple at WWDC?
Specifically, the conference will be held at the McEnery Convention Center once again. You can start applying right away up until March 22 10am PDT.
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With Grantham out, Marcquise Reed and Gabe DeVoe stepped up. "We've got to get back to playing our best basketball", Pearl said. The victor of that second-round game will face the victor from Clemson and Auburn's side of the bracket in Sweet Sixteen play.
As with previous years, Apple is relying on a lottery system to address demand for tickets.
Apple typically uses the opening keynote of WWDC to announce software updates to the company's various platforms such as iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. Basically, the focus on will be completely on developers and what they will be able to achieve in the coming here and we are all excited about it too. This year, Apple will unveil iOS 12 and we could see the new Apple iPad Pro slates that feature an edge-to-edge display, the TrueDepth Camera and Face ID. After that, there'll be a random selection as to who gets the chance to actually buy a ticket. Scholarship submissions open March 26; details on how to apply are available on the WWDC website.
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