Apple confirmed to AllThingsD today that Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote presentation will be held on June 10th, the first day of WWDC this year. What can you expect to take away from this keynote? iOS 7 will almost certainly get its big unveiling, for one.
The updated OS should feature a new, “flatter” design for the UI plus some other possible new additions like Flickr and Vimeo integration and improved Maps. Though it probably will not get a release until the fall, Apple should make the developer beta of iOS 7 available during WWDC.
OS X 10.9 is rumored to get some spotlight at the keynote, too. No one has pinned which big cat name Apple is going to use this time around, so we’ll have to wait and see. The MacBook Air line is expected to get a hardware refresh as well.
The WWDC 2013 keynote will presumably be led by CEO Tim Cook as well as some other speakers like Phil Schiller and is typically at 10 a.m. pacific or 1 p.m. eastern.