Apple confirmed on Thursday that the opening keynote for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference will take place on Monday, June 10th at its usual Moscone Center venue in San Francisco. This is a rather unsurprising announcement, considering that virtually every other WWDC keynote has been held on the opening day of the conference.
A list of speakers at the keynote was not provided, although it’s highly probable that we’ll hear from CEO Tim Cook, marketing chief Phil Schiller and other senior executives at the Cupertino-based corporation. It would also be nice to see design head Jonathan Ive on stage in his new expanded role. The focus of the keynote will be on the future of iOS and OS X.