Apple's WWDC 2014 website went live. It confirms that the event will be held between June 2-6 in San Francisco's Moscone West. This year, tickets to the event will be sold on a lottery basis. Members of the iOS Developer Program, iOS Developer Enterprise Program, or Mac Developer program need to register by April 7 at the website, and hope to win the opportunity to procure a $1599 WWDC ticket. Purchases must be completed by April 14 at 5PM PDT.
Chinese analyst Sun Chyang Xu suggested that Apple will reveal the iPhone 6 at the conference. For some reason, these rumors go wild each year as WWDC approaches, but they are yet to come true. Granted, the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 were both announced at WWDC keynotes, but since then, Apple's flagship smartphone has been getting its own dedicated events. In addition, Apple has been making only software and PC-related announcements at WWDC for the past three years.
All things considered, we aren't holding our breaths for any iPhone announcements in June. Then again, who knows - the latest rumors claim that 4.7-inch screens for the iPhone 6 will be going into mass-production in May. While we're sceptical for now, we acknowledge there is a slight chance for a surprise iPhone 6 announcement.
source: WWDC 2014