Most people reading this story aren’t software developers, at least we don’t think so. But that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t take note of Apple’s annual developer jamboree – WWDC 2013.
This year’s event date has just been announced (it’s June 10th at San Francisco’s Moscone West) and for those of us who can think of better things to do with our time than attend in-app payment security sessions there’s the luring suspicion that Apple will roll the chocks away from under a new product.
So, Apple Television? Apple iWatch? Or simply the long-awaited MacBook Air Retina? Apple’s keeping tight-lipped as ever, but it does hint that we’ll “learn about the future of iOS and OS X.” And if you’re not convinced that means new versions, here it is from Apple’s product boss Phil Schiller: “We can’t wait to get new versions of iOS and OS X into [developers’] hands at WWDC.”
Tickets for the five-day event go on sale this Thursday, April 25th at 10am Pacific Time.
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