Apple has now officially confirmed that their WWDC 2013 keynote is going to take place on Monday, June 10th at the Moscone Centre in San Francisco, which is also the day when Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference will start.
The list of all the speakers who will be keynoting has not been revealed as of yet, but we can surely anticipate seeing some top class leaders on stage – especially after CEO Tim Cook himself opens up the conference formally.
It is of much anticipation that the iPhone 5S is most likely to be introduced at a event, which will be held later on; it is also being speculated that a completely new generation of Mac Books is going to be introduced first, which will feature the new Intel Haswell processor.
Last year, the tickets for the WWDC–which were priced at $1,600–completely sold out within 2 minutes of going on sale. Apple has revealed that it is going to talk about iOS and OS X at WWDC, though other announcements are yet to be made. Tim Cook has shared that their team has been working extremely hard to achieve some brilliant new software, hardware and services which are going to be released this fall and throughout 2014.
It is being speculated that his year’s WWDC is going to, once again, be a big hit.