Apple has posted the schedule for this year’s WWDC. If you’ve got an Apple developer account, you can go to the schedule page and log in with your username and password or anyone can download the app. What’s coming up?
WWDC will take place this year from June 11 to June 15, and the app reveals that this year’s keynote will take place on June 11 from 10-11.30am PDT (3-4.30am AEST) in the Presidio. The WWDC website boasts that the conference will show off the “The latest technologies in OS X and iOS”. As we know that likely means Apple will officially launch the finished version of Mac OS X Mountain Lion, and as with each year’s conference, we’ll probably hear about Apple’s plans for the new version of iOS.
As for more surprising developments, there has been some speculation that Apple may launch a new MacBook Pro at WWDC. We’re busily perusing the app looking for clues about what might be in store this year. No matter what, we’ll know what’s going down when the conference kicks off in a couple weeks. [Apple via The Next Web]