WWDC attendees will be gifted a $25 App Store card by Apple

With the start of this year’s WWDC just hours away, attendees of Apple’s annual developer conference have begun registering for the event. As expected, registered participants have been given swag bags containing WWDC badges and WWDC jackets. In addition, as noted by iMore, the promotional items in the bags include $25 App Store gift cards. As indicated on the cards enclosing them, the gift cards are given in celebration of “25 years and coding.” T

Monday kicks off Apple’s annual week-long developer conference, WWDC. At its opening keynote, the company will surely offer a sneak peek at the next generation of Mac and iOS software. But Apple often gives us a first look at new hardware and partner products too, like the MacBook Pro with Retina Display in 2012 and last year’s onstage debut of Anki Drive. So what’s in store for this year’s keynote? Based on what we know about Apple, iOS, Mac OS X, as well as whispers from various “inside sources” in Cupertino, we can expect big news around health and home automation platforms, as well as a preview of next-generation mobile and desktop software.

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