WWDC 2012 Could Take Place Between June 11 – 15

Apple has yet to officially announce their Worldwide Developers Conference for 2012, but the event could be scheduled to take place during a five day period spanning Monday, June 11th to Friday, June 15th according to the event schedule for San Francisco’s Moscone Center. WWDC has been the spotlight for several new Apple products and services over the years, such as Steve Jobs introducing the iPhone 4 alongside iOS 4 at WWDC 2010 and the preview of OS X Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud a year later at WWDC 2011… 

While there certainly won’t be a new iPad announced at WWDC 2012, there is still the possibility of an iOS 6 unveiling, a closer look at OS X Mountain Lion, and perhaps a new product or two. Apple could announce their rumored LTE-capable iPhone at this event, but it seems improbable at this point due to the relatively short amount of time that has passed since the iPhone 4S was released last October.

WWDC 2011 tickets were sold for $1,599 and sold out almost instantaneously, so developers will have to act fast to get their spot at this year’s event. iFans will have live coverage of the WWDC 2012 keynote regardless of its date, so stay tuned and prepare to get excited.

[Cult of Mac]

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