Apple officially announced that the yearly Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be at Moscone West in San Francisco this coming June 11-15. The OS X Mountain Lion and the iOS platform will be taking center stage during this year’s WWDC, however, rumor has it that Apple might unveil the iPhone 5 and its own TV platform during the event.
The Worldwide Developers Conference or WWDC is one of Apple’s annual events that is attended by a delegation of over 5,000 developers from all over the world. The WWDC is the company’s biggest event and it is used to showcase Apple’s newest OS and technologies for developers.
Though, the WWDC’s stage is for Apple’s latest OS platform, it has been observed that the company typically gives its audience a sneak preview of its latest products. In previous WWDCs, Apple revealed the MacPro, the 13-inch MacBook Pro, the iPhone 3G and the iPhone 4.
There has been some talk about a new iPhone in the works. Moreover, the word on the street is that Apple wants to initiate an “apps revolution” by releasing its very own physical TV and platform. Thus, the rumors of an iPhone 5 and Apple TV revelation at the 2012 WWDC multiply since the WWDC seems like a perfect venue for the big announcement.
Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Philip Schiller announced that this year’s WWDC will be carried out on a whole new level. Developers will be able to discover the power of the OS X Mountain Lion and iOS as they take part in 100 hands-on labs and 100 technical sessions.
But how about an Apple iPhone 5 or Apple TV release? As always, the company’s plans about its newest products still remain a secret that they will only reveal in due time.