Apple confirms WWDC 2013 Dates. The WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) dates are from June 10 until June 14 2013. Get Ready.
Apple has played its move to show the world that what it has been working on in recent days and what the fruit company has planned to unveil this Summer in June. Like always, Apple has kept the WWDC 2013 dates same as of the previous one that took place in 2012. We can call it co-incidence or we can say that Apple know how to deal cards in front of its opponents. Following the confirmation of WWDC 2013 dates via Business Wire, the event will kick off on Monday and will end on Friday June 14 2013.
In these four days, it is widely expected that Apple will change the future of its iDevices, Laptops, and PC’s once again. Last year Apple at WWDC 12, announced iOS 6, OS X Mountain Lion, MAC Refreshment and much more. This year at WWDC 2013, we can expect the arrival of iOS 7, OS X 10.9, Finger print scanning technology, and many new features to added into its Hardware part or in software part or in both.
We cannot affirm anything stated above because we haven’t seen firm leak or evidence regarding the above-mentioned things. However, we have seen some skeptical traces of OS X 10.9 via Google Analytics, but we don’t know about the legitimacy of that visit done by OS X 10.9 on different websites. This far, we only know about the two appealing features that got leaked of OS X 10.9 prior to announcement.
Coming back to WWDC 2013, Apple is holding the event at the same place where it held the last year. However, we are not interested in the location of the event because it is the same. What we are interested in is about the things on which Apple is going to talk about with the developers.
Therefore, Apple is going to talk about:
We look forward to gathering at WWDC 2013 with the incredible community of iOS and OS X developers,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “Our developers have had the most prolific and profitable year ever, and we’re excited to show them the latest advances in software technologies and developer tools to help them create innovative new apps. We can’t wait to get new versions of iOS and OS X into their hands at WWDC.
Apple is going to talk about advancements made into software area and reports are claiming that Apple might talk about Hardware as well. The hardware part is skeptical because it has been a long time since Apple talked about the hardware part on its WWDC.
The best of all, sales of WWDC 2013 Tickets will start on April 25 at 10AM P.D.T.
Get ready and mark the WWDC 2013 dates on your calendars because Apple is going to copy some jailbreak stuff and make it as a new feature in the future of its iOS. Stay tuned with TechGlued because we will go live at WWDC 2013.