Apple has officially confirmed that it will host a keynote at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on 10 June, to show off what the company has been working on behind the scenes.

The keynote is scheduled to begin at 10am PT, which is 6pm for us here in the UK. It'll be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, where WWDC 2013 will be taking place from 10 June to 14 June.

All Things D notes that no speakers for the keynote have been announced, but expects that Apple CEO Tim Cook will be joined by other Apple executives to unveil the next iterations of iOS and OS X.

In addition to iOS 7 and OS X 10.9, we could also be treated to new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models, a new Mac Pro. See: What to expect from Apple at WWDC 2013

 

Apple announced WWDC 2013 on 24 April, with tickets going on sale on 25 April. All 5000 of those tickets, which set developers back more than £1000, sold out within two minutes.

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