Apple officially announced the 2015 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC). This year it take place from June 8 to 12 This is an opportunity to officially announce iOS 9, the new version of OS X and more.
This year’s Apple developer conference is from June 8 to June 12 at the Moscone West in San Francisco.The WWDC 2015 includes over 100 technical sessions, 1000 Apple engineers in more than 100 hands-on labs and events, “the latest innovations, features and iOS and OS X” interesting features.
The focus of this year will be on iOS 9 and OS X 10/11. In addition, one expects a completely new Apple TV with just new software and its own app store.
As in previous years, you can not buy tickets directly but pre-register for tickets. This requires that one was on April 14 at 14:30 member of the iOS Developer Program, iOS Developer Enterprise Program or Mac developer program. Interested applicants can register on the Apple website, which expect to be drawn and participate in the WWDC 2015. They will know soon or April 20 if they have been selected by Apple and will then have pay $1599 each for the WWDC 2015 ticket.
As is the case every year, developers who will not be present on site can view all the video sessions from the Apple site. It will be free, just only to have a developer account charged $99 per year. iOS 9 is expected, but rumors are reminiscent envy Apple to offer a stable release. iOS 8 was not really great in terms of stability, hence the need for Apple to not repeat the same for iOS 9.