Apple has today confirmed that the WWDC keynote will be held at 10 AM PST on June 8th as usual, from the WWDC schedule in the newly-updated app. Apple will announce the next-generation versions of its operating systems, iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 with the potential for some new hardware and some surprises. Apple is expected to unveil its new streaming music service, based off Beats. It has also sent out WWDC keynote invites to select members of the press.
Like last year, Apple is teasing developers with a whole host of TBA sessions during the week of the conference with ‘inviting’ names. There’s over 180 ‘secret sessions’ in total. The details of these sessions are currently secret as they rely on information about iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 that is yet to be announced, so for now they use amusing placeholder titles until the keynote is over.
9to5Mac has posted extensive coverage of what to expect from Apple’s upcoming event. These include many new features for iOS 9 such as transit, split-screen multitasking for iPad, a new font as well as a general focus on performance and stability for both platforms.
Jeff Williams is speaking at the Code conference in a couple of hours — we are there live — but Williams is unlikely to reveal any major surprises as the company saves its real announcements for WWDC. Apple is expected to stream the keynote online but this has yet to be confirmed.
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