Apple today made a series of announcements on its Worldwide Developers Conference page, most notably posting the conference schedule confirming that an opening keynote will be held on Monday, June 11 at 10:00 AM Pacific Time. As noted by The Loop, Apple has also issued media invitations for the keynote.
No other details on the keynote session are available, but it will presumably see Apple CEO Tim Cook kicking off a team presentation to show off OS X Mountain Lion and iOS 6 and potentially introduce major updates to the company's Mac products.
Apple's kicking off their 2012 Worldwide Developer's Conference at 10am Pacific on Monday, June 11th. MacRumors will be at the keynote and we will be providing live coverage of the event. We will also be issuing Twitter updates thro... Read Post
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Apple has officially announced the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference keynote event, which will take place Monday, June 11 at 10:00 AM Pacific Time. For the conference attendees, Apple has prepared a helpful "Attendee Guide" and i... Read Post