The week of June 11 – 15 is definitely worth marking in your calendars.
As I am sure you can recognise by the logo, this is an Apple event. Earlier this week, Apple confirmed the dates for its World Wide Developers Conference at Moscone West, San Francisco. As with all events/conferences these days, we’re not entirely sure what major announcements await, especially if you consider that at a conference last year we were gearing up for the iPhone 5, and not the 4S. News on possible topics includes the development and future of OS X Mountain Lion and iOS. With over 100 separate technical sessions taking place during that week, which include hands-on labs, there are sure to be new tech unveiled. Although there isn’t much to go on, the biggest keynote address, however, takes place on the morning of the 1st day, presented by Apple CEO, Tim Cook.
Be sure to follow the news online, as there are predictions for both the iPhone 5 (which may include iOS 6) and the new Mac. You can find details right here starting on the 11th June 2012.