According to the current schedule at the San Francisco venue where Apple has held the confab for the last 10 years, Apple developers should pencil in June 10-14 as the dates for the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Apple has officially announced the dates for WWDC, and started selling tickets to the event, at a variety of dates, ranging from late March to late April. In 2012, for example, Apple revealed WWDC's timing on April 25, and sold out the conference in under two hours.
Unless Apple drastically changes how it conducts WWDC, the conference will focus on the next versions of iOS and Mac OS X.
via | Computer World | Moscone Center | MacRumors |
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