Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference is set to run from June 8 through June 12, 2015 at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco. The event brings together Apple's own engineers with third-party developers to preview upcoming OS X and iOS releases, and to work together on designing and improving apps.
WWDC 2015 runs June 8-12, and the ticket lottery closes April 17
More than 1,000 Apple engineers will be on hand for the conference, and more than 100 technical sessions will be available. Apple also uses the event to announce Apple Design Award winners for Mac, iPhone, iPad, and now Apple Watch apps that show stand out design and innovation qualities.
Just like last year, Apple will conduct a ticket lottery for developers instead of opening sales on a first come first serve basis because the even typically sells out in minutes.
Members of Apple's Developer program can sign up for the lottery between now and 10AM pacific time on April 17. Apple will randomly select developers from the ticket applications and send out notifications by 5PM pacific time on Monday, April 20.
350 WWDC scholarships will also be available for students and members from participating STEM organizations around the world. Scholarship tickets will be free, but won't include transportation or lodging.
Ticket lottery winners will automatically be charged US$1,599 for their WWDC pass when selected, so be sure you're ready to commit before signing up.