Instead of relying on email to inform potential WWDC 2016 guests that tickets would be going on sale, this year, Apple let their virtual assistant, Siri, do the talking for them.
On Monday, random folks querying Siri “when is WWDC” were given a preview of this year’s dates—June 13th through the 17th—before Apple officially opened registration to developers. Once registration has closed, attendance itself will be chosen by lottery.
Last year’s WWDC introduced us to HomeKit, the WatchOS 2, and CarPlay, amongst other major iOS integrations. Most notably, however, came the anticipated debut of Apple Music, the company’s streaming service which is believed to have just over 11 million subscribers.
Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference is always a grand specticle, and WWDC 2016 will likely be no different. If you want to watch live in June without being in San Francisco, bookmark this link to livestream the sessions.