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WWDC ’12 kicks off today

Good morning and happy monday to everyone! A quick reminder that WWDC ’12 starts today, including Apple’s ceremonial day-one keynote event which should bring various new product introductions and software enhancements, including iOS 6.

We’ll be posting about all the announcements, news, and whatever else later may come from day one at WWDC later today. Until then, we recommend checking out a liveblog of Tim Cook’s keynote (unfortunately Apple will not be live streaming the keynote event this year) at Engadget, which has supplied consistently great liveblogs for past events.

Have a great day, and check back after the event is over for some great tech news, WWDC related and otherwise!

Apple confirms June 11th keynote

In case you had even an ounce of doubt in your mind, you can put those fears to rest – Apple has confirmed that they’ll be kicking off their annual WWDC the old fashioned way – with a keynote expected to be full of fun statistics, Tim Cook, and perhaps even a few product announcements (an iOS 6 dev preview and new MacBook Pro’s sound nice, don’t they?)

The keynote will take place at 10am PST on June 11th, and we’ll be blogging any major news as WWDC goes on.

Via: The Verge
Source: Apple

Apple announces WWDC ’12, already sold out

Apple has today announced that their annual WWDC conference will be hosted between June 11-15 this year. The conference has usually been used to showcase upcoming hardware and software refreshes by Apple and is almost always preceded by a keynote address from the Apple CEO.

Thus keeping with tradition, Tim Cook will be kicking off the event with a keynote presentation of June 11th. I would advise all interested developers to go get their tickets before they’re too late, but, well, it’s already too late and it’s sold out. Sorry guys!

Though apple does not usually pre-announce the contents of their announcements, it’s not unlikely that we’ll be seeing more of Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, as well as some sort of iOS update – more than likely iOS 6. MacBook’s are also overdo for an update at this point so we may very well be seeing that as well.

Via: Ars Technica