Apple today has announced details of its upcoming World Developers Conference (WWDC) 2012 which is happening on June 11 at the San Francisco’s Moscone West. The said five-day conference will gather up developers as Apple presents the future of iOS and OS X. The event is an opportunity for developers to learn from fellow developers as they build their own incredible new apps for iOS and Mac OS X. More than 100 technical sessions to be presented by Apple Engineers are scheduled during the conference. The Apple Design Awards wherein the most outstanding apps of the past year is showcased, will also be held during the event. If you’re attending the WWDC 2012, you should also expect 100 hands-on labs staffed by more than 1,000 Apple engineers to provide you with code-level assistant, insight into optimal development techniques and guidance on how you can make the most of iOS and OS X in your apps. Of course, with so many Apple developers around, you should also take advantage of this and interact and connect with them. More than 60 countries were represented last year, hopefully this year there will be more. The question is, what siginificant new things will be announced by Apple during the event? The next iPhone? iOS update? More details of the WWDC 2012 can be found by simply following the via link below.
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