Apple has released the 2012 World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) schedule to developers. In doing so, they've also revealed the date and time for the most anticipated even of the show -- the Keynote. Monday, June 11, at 10am PDT.
At last year's WWDC keynote, Apple revealed more about OS X 10.7 Lion, and debuted iOS 5 and iCloud. In previous years they introduced the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 3G. We're expecting this year to be more like last year than previous years, with more on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion (and maybe word on some new Macs to go with it), as well as the iOS 6 beta, and enhancements to iCloud.
WWDC 2011 marked the last keynote appearance of Apple's late co-founder, Steve Jobs, and WWDC 2012 will mark the first such event with Tim Cook as Apple's official CEO. While Jobs singular presence will no doubt be missed by everyone, Apple executives like Cook, SVP of marketing Phil Schiller, SVP of iOS software Scott Forstall, and SVP of design, Jony Ive have formidable stage presences by any standard.
I'll be at WWDC 2012 from Sunday through Friday, as well our app editor, Leanna Lofte, and our podcast co-host, Seth Clifford. If you're going to be there, and either want to show off an amazing new app, or just want say hi, drop us a line at [email protected].
The complete WWDC 2012 schedule is available via the link below, or via the just released WWDC 2012 iPhone and iPad app, though be advised -- you need to be a registered developer attending the event to log in to either.
Anything you're particularly looking forward to at WWDC 2012? Keynote? State of OS X and iOS? Apple Design Awards? The parties? All of the above?