Apple's WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference is Apple's annual technology conference) Keynote is all set to kick off on June 10 through the 14th at Moscone Center in San Francisco. This is the day when every year the company will showcase their new and upcoming products and services to the world.
Reportedly, tickets for the 2013 WWDC sold out in two minutes when they went on sale in April this year, which has made an all-time record for the company's event. Thus, those who wanted to attend the annual conference this year, unfortunately may have to wait for another year. For developers who can't attend, Apple's annual conference will also be made available to stream online at the Apple's official developer website.
Although the company hasn't revealed about the list of speakers who will be taking the stage, but we know that CEO Tim Cook will formally open up the keynote.
There are already a lot of rumors and gossips going around regarding the WWDC and the announcement of the various Apple updates, products and services.
The latest rumors suggests that the Cupertino-based company would unveil the company's highly-anticipated new mobile operating system, the iOS 7, as well as the next-generation OS X operating system for Macs. Upgraded MacBooks with Intel's new Haswell processors are also expected to be introduced at the event.
It was also said that the rumors were, that Apple would announce new versions of iPad and iPhone, an Apple smartwatch, an Apple TV, an in-car integration for iOS 7, a more social connectivity for iOS 7, as well as the company's own music streaming service called "iRadio."
However, as of now, Apple has not announced the topics that would be discussed during the presentation or what they would be presenting.