Apple have announced this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference for June 10-14.
Once again taking place in San Francisco, the conference has become famous for Apple’s hardware and software announcements in the past, though the last few years have focused mainly on software. It is expected that the company will officially announce iOS 7 and possible improvements in their Mac OS also.
Speculation has been abound for months of a budget iPhone, but Apple tend to hold separate events for their smartphone reveals, so a WWDC debut for a new phone seems unlikely.
As always, there is a certain criteria that needs to be met in order to attend the annual conference; you must be a member of the iOS Developer Program, iOS Developer Enterprise Program, or the Mac Developer Program. And if you indeed are a member of one of those, you will need a spare $1,599 for a ticket. But if you do have the credentials and the funds available, then you can snare yourself a ticket when they go on sale later today.