Apple today announced the 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference, which is taking place in San Francisco between June 2-6. The 5 day long conference will be attended, according to Apple, by 1000 engineers and 5000 developers. Also, just like Google is doing with I/O 2014, Apple is adopting a new method of selecting which developers get to attend the conference, by selecting them randomly. Staggered selections ensure that each and every applicant has a chance of being selected, right till the end.
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