Apple Announces Full Schedule of WWDC 2012, Confirms Keynotes
Late last month, Apple announced the dates for their World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2012 happening from the 11th to the 15th of June in San Francisco at the Moscone West convention center. Apple has released the schedule for the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, including this year’s Apple keynote. It will be Tim Cook’s first WWDC keynote since becoming CEO last year.
The WWDC 2012 schedule is now available to view at the official site. There, attendees can sign in, access the conference schedule, and view session-related resources.
Below is the screenshot shared by iDownloadBlog showing Schedule of WWDC 2012 by Apple.
Only registered developers have access to the online version of the schedule, and the WWDC app for iOS is largely geared toward attendees with things like maps, news items, and descriptions for each talk. And as usual, not all sessions have been announced yet—Apple usually waits until after the keynote to release the names of certain NDA’d sessions.
In the past, Apple keynotes were the place that hardware products, like the iPhone were announced. However, this year, it appears that it will be mainly software-centric with them showcasing the Mountain Lion OS for Macs and also previewing what their next big operating software for their iDevices, which is iOS 6 will look like along with Mountain Lion, and possibly updates to the MacBook Pro, iMac and MacBook Air.
We will be covering all the happenings at the WWDC 2012 but please let us know if you have any suggestion or special request about our coverage. Have a nice time ahead.