Apple was rumored to launch the iPhone SE successor at the WWDC event in June, but a new report suggests that it will launch it as early as next month.
Developers can apply to attend the June 4-8 event through 1 pm ET March 22, but tickets for the popular technology show will be sold through a random selection process.
Apple’s WWDC is set for June 4. Now, the company has begun notifying scholarship applicants of their award status. While the typical ticket price is $1599, WWDC scholarship winners receive free access to the conference and more.
Last fall, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) popped 12 percent ahead of its annual device unveiling. The preceding Worldwide Developers Conference proved less galvanizing.
We’re fast approaching WWDC 2018, where Apple will take the wraps off its next major software releases. That of course includes iOS 12, which will power all 2018 iPhones and iPads and a slew of older iOS devices. A brand new iOS 12 leaks reveal what may turn out to be an exciting feature for many iPhone owners — and it also puts Android to shame. Again.
If the latest evidence is any proof, Apple could launch the long-rumored iPhone SE 2 at the WWDC event in June.
Whilst there may not be as many new features this year in the flagship Apple operating systems as some years past, there is no mistaking that iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 are very much under active development and distribution amongst internal Apple employees is growing.
Regulatory filing points to an imminent unveiling
Reports have speculated that it could be the second generation of the iPhone SE, which has not seen a significant upgrade since it was launched.
APPLE may be about to refresh its popular iPhone SE with a version thought to be coming in the next few months. Rumours suggest that Apple's WWDC developers conference could be used to show off the company's new hardware. By David Snelling David ...