What is Wwdc?

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Every year, Ap­ple holds a con­fer­ence where all its de­vel­op­ers and the press gather to dis­cuss its prod­ucts or any fur­ther de­vel­op­ments that are go­ing to take place. This con­fer­ence is the World­wide De­vel­op­ers Con­fer­ence (WWDC). This is the ideal op­por­tu­nity for de­vel­op­ers from around the world to at­tend ses­sions con­ducted by more than 1,000 en­gi­neers of Ap­ple. The de­vel­op­ers can also per­son­ally meet these en­gi­neers and clear their queries if they have any. It is usu­ally a three to five­day event which be­gins with a key­note speaker on the first day. In the seg­ment, the tech gi­ant fo­cuses on in­tro­duc­ing any new hard­ware that it has pro­duced or in­no­va­tive soft­ware that will soon be launched in the mar­ket. There­fore it can be said that the WWDC event is like an an­nual win­dow to all the in­no­va­tions that took place in that par­tic­u­lar year.

As we have heard of­ten, there is noth­ing like free lunch. In the same way, at­tend­ing this ex­clu­sive event comes at a price and the price is $1,599 per ticket. That’s an ex­or­bi­tant amount for a gate­way to a con­fer­ence. Yet peo­ple will­ingly splurge money on it due to the brand name of Ap­ple. It is ob­vi­ous that the en­gi­neers who de­sign such high-end gad­gets

and soft­ware will be wor­thy of an­swer­ing a ma­jor­ity of your doubts. This sim­ple logic is the rea­son be­hind the suc­cess of the event. An­other unique as­pect is that just be­cause you have the money, that doesn’t mean you are el­i­gi­ble to at­tend this con­fer­ence. If that would have been the case, then the event would be flooded with peo­ple from all around the world. In or­der to avoid this is­sue in a fair man­ner, the com­pany has come up with a lot­tery sys­tem. If you are in­ter­ested in at­tend­ing the event, you have to sign up for it. Af­ter the com­pany gets the list of peo­ple who are will­ing to be a part of the event, it shuf­fles the names and ran­domly picks out a num­ber of peo­ple who will at­tend the event. This main­tains the ex­clu­siv­ity of the event which trig­gers the cu­rios­ity of the pub­lic as well.

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