While the year has already been treated to a host of tech events all across the planet, with the likes of MWC already out of the window, one event that's still pending and expected to arrive with a lot of good news is the upcoming Apple-based WWDC. Now more details have been revealed for the event.
Apple has taken the oppertunity to interact with its fans all around the planet and has announced the specific time and date for its keynote at the upcoming WWDC event. If you know correctly by now, this year's WWDC kicks off in less than two weeks' time.
Apple has announced and confirmed that its big keynote will take place at 10AM at the Moscone Center on Monday, June 2, with CEO Tim Cook likely to make all the "big announcements" related to the future of the next iPhone, iOS and more. Provided, if there are any.
Apart from announcing the date and time for the event, Apple has also updated its official WWDC app for WWDC 2014. As expected, the whole app has been revamped with the standard iOS 7 makeover, with a neat orange tint throughout. And for anybody looking to head over to the event, the app will also provides all of the information you'll need.
While we are yet to find out exactly what lies in store for us at the event, it is widely expected that the next iOS 8 iteration of Apple's mobile operarting system will the highlight of the upcoming conversation.
A lot is expected at this point from Apple on the much talked about Healthbook suite, that's said to allow users to count calories, monitor diet and other fitness and health related aspects. Moreover, a standalone iTunes app is also expected to arrive, and more."
To know more on what to expect from the event, head over here to find out what could go down at this year's WWDC.