Apple's 29th WWDC developer conference scheduled to begin June 4th

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Apple announced its annual World Wide Developer Conference ticket lottery on Tuesday.

It's going to be interesting to see how Apple talks up iOS 12.

In addition to paid tickets, Apple is also offering up to 350 students and STEM organization members aged 13 or older the opportunity to win free tickets by creating Swift playgrounds. Improvements to Siri are also reportedly in the works, but when are they not? That said, we've heard very little about either future update thus far.

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Last year's WWDC saw Apple roll out ARKit, a set of developer tools that led to a bit of boom in AR-friend apps for iOS devices.

This is the second year that Apple will host WWDC at the McEnery Convention Center.

At the developer conference, we are hoping to see previews of upcoming iOS, MacOS, WatchOS and tvOS versions, as well as rumored of hardware update too, such as overdue MacBook Air update and a new iPad. The HomePod has been its major focus in the first half of this year.