The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (that's WWDC to most of you) will kick off on June 2 in San Francisco.
As you probably know already, the annual event is a pretty big deal: Apple tends to showcase its new software and hardware for developers so we're guaranteed to get a sneak peek on what's on the horizon.
Can you smell what Tim's Cooking?
Last year was a big one. We saw iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, iTunes Radio all unveiled, as well as the new Mac Pro and Apple's updated MacBook Air.
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Developers can go apply for tickets for the event on the WWDC website starting now. Deadline is April 7 at 10am PDT.
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