In April, Apple announced they will be holding WWDC 2013 from June 10-14. Now, the Cupertino company is confirming the first day of the conference, June 10th, will be the keynote presentation where they will introduce iOS 7 and the next version of OS X. The event will likely begin at 1PM ET, and will feature a hands-on developer session directly after.
It’s not surprising the keynote presentation is on the first day of the conference, as developers are generally given 2-3 days to work and play around with the new updates before downloading the SDK to apply to their apps. The keynote address will be held at Moscone Center, as with most of Apple’s other events.
Each year, Apple’s WWDC tickets sell out in a matter of hours, with this year’s tickets selling out in two minutes. This is a record for the company, and it shows there is a great amount of pent up demand for Apple’s software updates and products.
The WWDC 2013 keynote will likely be similar to all of the others, with Tim Cook announcing general updates, followed by iOS 7, several game developers displaying their apps, and ending with OS X.