It was said Apple exec Philip Schiller.
Over the course of the event, developers will be able to attend more than 150 hands-on labs and meet with no less than 1,000 Apple engineers, with WWDC 2016 aiming to help in the integration of the latest technologies of the company's operating systems in the apps of the developers.
How To Register
Registration is now open through WWDC 2016's official website, but attending the event will not be as simple as purchasing tickets. Apple will be offering the chance to acquire tickets by random selection, so developers who are hoping to attend should register to be included in the ticket lottery.
The deadline of registration is on April 22, at 10:00 a.m. PDT. The developers who were picked and can purchase a ticket will be informed by April 25, 5:00 p.m. PDT, as the cost of the ticket will be automatically charged to the credit card or debit card associated with their Apple ID.
Developers who registered should be a member of the Apple Developer Program or Apple Developer Enterprise Program. Tickets do not come cheap at $1,599 each, but for developers looking to dive deeper into Apple's technology would find the cost to be worth it.
How To Watch Online
Unfortunately, not all developers will be able to join the event. For those who will be staying at home, but are still interested in the event, there are a couple of ways to watch a live stream of WWDC 2016.
The first method is to watch the live stream through the official WWDC website, and the second method is to download the official WWDC app and watch through there. The app has not yet been updated for this year, but for last year's event, it contained the schedule, maps and an Apple Watch module, in addition to access to a video stream for the conference.