That's the date when the USA technology firm's next big WWDC developers conference will take place.
WWDC 2019 registration has already begun and closes at midnight on March 21, 2019.
Of course, to us what's more interesting is that, as usual, Apple will be announcing the next version of iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS.
The event, which will take place at the McEnery Convention Centre in San Jose between 3-7 June, features the tagline "write code, blow minds", which tells us absolutely nothing - nor does its accompanying image of a, er, robot's head exploding (above). It's being said that iOS 13 will bring a dark mode that makes it easier to see your device screen at night. It's also the place where Apple unveils its biggest software updates of the year.
It is worth mentioning here that the official schedule of WWDC 2019 is in line with what was spotted on the 2019 events calendar from the City of San Jose's Office of Cultural Affairs last month.
Registered developers can apply for tickets now through March 20 at 5 p.m. "It brings thousands of the most creative and dedicated developers from around the world together with over a thousand Apple engineers to learn about our latest platform innovations and to connect as a community". "This year's program will feature technical sessions, hands-on labs and guest speakers to provide Apple's existing developer community and the next generation of app developers with the knowledge and tools to help turn their next great idea into reality". Tickets cost $1,599 per person and are issued through a random selection process.
APPLE HAS ANNOUNCED that this year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will kick off on 3 June. Moreover, the company will offer as many as 350 scholarships to students and members of all STEM organisations who will get a chance to earn a free ticket and lodging for WWDC.
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