Apple confirmed Thursday that the keynote address for WWDC 2013 will take place on June 10th, as the conference begins that morning at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.
Tim Cook will commence WWDC 2013 by presenting the keynote address, sources confirm.
In past years, Apple hasn’t been forthcoming about what announcements will be made at the annual developer’s conference. But this year, it’s a different story.
Apple has already revealed that the company will debut and demo the next major releases of both iOS and OS X.
As of this writing, other speakers and presenters haven’t been confirmed, but the biggest headlines out of WWDC 2013 will likely result from the June 10th keynote.
MMW will provide complete coverage of WWDC 2013 beginning with the eagerly anticipated keynote.