Our most logical guess is that Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference will take place Monday, June 10th to Friday, June 14th, considering that there is no other five-day period that begins on a weekday and doesn’t overlap with a weekend in June, the typical WWDC month, that isn’t already booked on Moscone West’s event schedule. Take a look for yourself:
Apple traditionally holds an opening keynote at WWDC, in which it unveils a slew of new hardware and software releases. In recent years, we have seen a numer of new iPhones and Macs, iOS 5 and iOS 6, iCloud, OS X Lion and Mountain Lion, and more announced at the weeklong conference. This year, it could very well be new Macs, iOS 7 and OS X 10.9.
The official dates should be confirmed by Apple in the coming weeks. iFans will be providing comprehensive coverage of WWDC 2013 leading up to, during, and following the event. In the meantime, be sure to keep an eye on our official WWDC section for the latest rumors and speculation as the excitement draws closer. Are you looking forward to WWDC?