Apple has announced the results of the drawing for a ticket to the WWDC presentation

Developers are preparing for Apple Park Apple has begun notifying the winners of the recent lottery, giving them the opportunity to attend the WWDC event in person at Apple Park on June 10. DiscussApple announced the results of the ticket drawing for the WWDC presentation© Ferra

Although the main methods of watching WWDC are online broadcasts and While the recordings remain available to everyone, this year there is a special opportunity: an event in the real world. Registration for this lottery opened on March 26th, and as promised, Apple provided results by April 4th. Developers are currently receiving reservation confirmation emails. Winners will receive instructions to confirm their participation in the lottery, and those who did not win can remain hopeful. Apple, as in previous years, may open additional spots closer to the event date if any of the winners decide not to participate.

The exact number of invited developers has not yet been disclosed, but a lottery is not the only way get to Apple Park. Fifty lucky students will also receive a special three-day experience at Apple Park in June. Representatives of the press will also not be left aside.

The main question for developers and technology lovers: what will be presented? The following iterations of Apple's main operating systems are expected: iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS and, rumored, visionOS. Rumors point to significant changes in iOS 18, including AI-powered features and a redesigned Home screen.