Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2013
Apple announced on Wednesday, April 24 that WWDC 2013 will be held following traditions from June 10-14 at Moscone West in San Francisco. Tickets went on sale Thursday, April 25 and sold out in under an hour. Developers could purchase tickets for $1,599 per person, and the opening Keynote will be available either during or just after the fact for public viewing.
In keeping with traditions, Apple will introduce major updates to iOS and Mac OS at WWDC. iOS 7 is pretty much a given, while the release of Mac OS could either be another version of OS X (Mac OS 10.9) or [hopefully] Mac OS 11.
New hardware releases are uncertain (although a new Mac Pro is possibly foreseeable) but it is almost certain there will be no updates to the iPhone, iPad, or iPod lineups until this Fall.
Tim’s Tech and Tim’s Apps will once again be covering WWDC — as much as can be shared legally under Apple’s Confidentiality Agreement — when the time comes. Bookmark this page for updates in the time leading up to the conference, and check our social sites for more information as well. Our plan is to Tweet live about the event, if it is again possible this year. Stay tuned!
More information can be found from the Official WWDC Site.
Also check out the Macrumors.com WWDC 2013 Rumor Roundup.