Apple’s WWDC Keynote Will Be Held June 11
Apple this morning published the schedule for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference and, along with it, the date of its most important event: The keynote. This year, that eagerly anticipated address will occur on Monday, June 11, at 10 am PT.
Speakers for the event have not been announced — nor will they, I imagine — but it’s a safe bet that, as in years past, we’ll see the standard cast of characters showing off Apple’s latest software advancements — with CEO Tim Cook presiding for the first time in his new role.
Also unveiled this morning: A WWDC app, featuring a detailed schedule of events as well as daily news and photos.