Apple’s WWDC 2011 kicks off on June 6th

• 28/03/2011

It’s official.  The start date for Apple’s famed Worldwide Developers Conference has been announced.  Starting on June 6th, being held at Moscone West, WWDC will preview the future of iOS and Mac OS X for all to see.

Expect the schedule to contain “more than 100 technical sessions presented by Apple engineers”.

Of course, since last year’s WWDC saw Steve Jobs unveiling the iPhone 4, hopes run high that its successor will be making an appearance this year.

Read the full press release.

[Source – Engadget]

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