Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference begins in less than two weeks. Today, Apple has posted more information on the conference including a day-to-day schedule and an official WWDC app.
Held June 11-15 at San Francisco’s Moscone Center, the highly anticipated conference commences with Tim Cook’s Monday keynote and continues for five days. During those days, attendees will learn about the latest technologies in iOS and OS X.
This morning, Apple began sending out emails to those developers who paid $1,599 to attend this year’s WWDC. Included here are links to the conference’s schedule and labs that will be held. Finally, Apple has released their WWDC 2012 app in the App Store. This app, while free for anyone to download, will only work for those developers that are attending the event.
First announced on April 25, WWDC has typically been used by Apple to announce new products. WWDC 2012 could see the appearance of iOS 6, OS X Mountain Lion, and perhaps, the next generation iPhone.
As a reminder, AppAdvice will provide full coverage of the conference beginning with Cook’s keynote on Monday, June 11.
Are you headed to WWDC 2012? What do you hope Apple reveals that week?