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Apple slates WWDC for June 2-6, sets up ticket lottery

Gregg Keizer | April 4, 2014
Apple today announced that its annual developers conference will run June 2-6, and that it's copying Google's method of assigning tickets through a random drawing.

Last year, Apple switched from naming its OS X editions after large felines to California place names. Mavericks was named after a big-wave surfing spot on the California coast about 35 miles northwest of Apple's Cupertino headquarters.

Apple put a stop to the mad rush for WWDC tickets, saying that this year's $1,599 tickets will be randomly drawn from a pool of developers who apply.


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