Registration for developers is now open. WWDC itself will take place from June 4th-8th at San Jose's McEnery Convention Center. The yearly event has become one of the most important in the calendar, and not only for people creating apps for iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Past year at WWDC Apple debuted ARKit, and since then, developers with apps in every category on the App Store have embraced inventive ways to engage customers with virtual experiences overlaid in the real world. Anyone who enters between now and March 22nd at 1PM ET will be entered in a lottery to be eligible for tickets, a system Apple has developed to cope with demand for its conference. The tickets will be made available through Apple's dedicated WWDC site. However, Apple hasn't been shy about teasing new hardware at the event too, even with its software focus. Apple is planning to return to San Jose again in 2018, between June 4th and June 8th this time around. Register by Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. PDT for your chance to join thousands of talented minds from around the world.
Jonny Bairstow takes stunning one-handed catch for England in Christchurch
A masterclass from Ross Taylor in the fourth saw New Zealand win comfortably by five wickets and deny England the series. Bairstow and Alex Hales put on 155 for the first wicket as England rampaged towards their small target of 224.
Apple will also be taking a page from Microsoft's and Google's books and be debuting universal apps by allowing iOS apps to run on macOS devices. Receive guidance on the fundamentals, suggestions for coding issues, and more. As always, you'll need to be a pre-existing member of the Apple Developer Program or the Apple Developer Enterprise Program to participate.