A lot
is changing at WWDC.
Photo: Apple

Developers hoping to attend WWDC 2017 can now officially enter
Apple’s lottery for the chance to shell out a few grand on the
trip out to San Jose.

Registration for the WWDC lottery
is open from Monday, March 27 until Friday, March 31 at 10:00
a.m. PDT. Along with developer entries, Apple is also accepting
applications for its WWDC 2017
scholarships that include a free ticket and lodging for the
event.

WWDC 2017 attendees will be selected via a random ticket
selection process. About 5,000 developers will be selected to
attend the event alongside Apple’s 1,000 engineers who will
provide detailed information on the various aspects of building
apps.

iOS
11, macOS 10.13, tvOS 11 and watchOS 4 are all expected to be
unveiled at the event. It’s still unclear if new Mac hardware
will be announced.

This
year Apple changed the location of WWDC from the Moscone Center
in downtown San Francisco to the McEnery Convention Center in
San Jose. The change should make it cheaper for developers to
find hotels and other accommodations.


Apple will
notify all WWDC lottery winners by April 3 at 5PM PT, which is
when credit cards will be charged the $1,600 entry fee.

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