Apple has confirmed the schedule for its annual World Wide Developers’ Conference (WWDC), scheduled to take place between 11 and 15 June.
In order to get hold of the conference schedule, developers have to sign in on the event’s site.
That’s Keynote day and it usually holds the promise of something special. In 2010, Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone 4. Last year’s event meanwhile was the Apple co-founder’s last in charge and saw the company rolling out Mac OS X Lion –the eighth major release of Mac OS X, iOS 5 and iCloud.
The event app meanwhile reportedly lets you lets you browse the schedule of sessions, labs, and special events. It also comes with maps, the latest news, and daily snapshots.
So what do you think the Cupertino-based giant will be unveiling come 11 June?