It looks like Apple’s WWDC 2015, at which Cupertino is expected to unveil iOS 9 and OS X 10.11, is scheduled to begin on June 8 and should run through June 12.
That’s according to the Moscone Center’s calendar, which marks out the dates for a “Corporate Event.” As MacRumors notes, a similar booking has pointed to Apple’s WWDC conference in previous years.
Of course, nothing has been confirmed by Apple – and we’ll likely hear nothing until a couple of months before WWDC 2015 is set to kick-off. Before, an iPhone event and a dedicated iPad event will be held by Apple, and products including the “iPhone 6,” “iPad Air 2,” and “iPad mini 2” are expected to be on the cards.
Further down the line, Apple is looking to hold its WWDC conferences at its upcoming “Campus 2.” Though presently in-development, the futuristic, spaceship-like campus is expected to launch for employees in late 2016.
As such, WWDC 2015 will still require the Moscone Center, and if the above booking is any indication, June 8 is a day worth penciling in our diaries. We’ll keep you updated with further information as we receive it.
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