April 14, 2015 Last Updated 12:23 pm

Apple begins accepting registrations for Worldwide Developers Conference

This year’s WWDC features sessions on the Apple Watch, and hardware announcements expected may include a new model of the Apple TV

Today Apple sent out notices to those holding developer licenses to attend this June’s Worldwide Developers Conference, to be held June 8-12 in San Francisco.

WWDC-logo-330The price of a ticket is $1599, but the demand is so high that developers need to register to attend and then have their name selected. Those who get tickets will be informed on April 20.

If that seems like a quick turn around, it is because the demand to attend is always so great that developers need to decide quickly if they are going attend.

“The opportunity to buy tickets to WWDC 2015 will be offered by random selection. Register by Friday, April 17, 10:00 a.m. PDT for your chance to attend,” Apple says.

This year’s event will feature sessions on the Apple Watch, as well as the usual Mac and iOS sessions. Apple also uses the keynote for the event to unveil new hardware, often upgrades to its Mac line.d This year, however, there is talk of a new Apple TV model and an announcement concerning a small TV streaming service – small, meaning with a short list of channels. Rumors are that Apple remains in talks with the networks, and if enough deals cannot get worked out, Apple may have to delay any content announcement until the fall.

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