Apple’s big conference for technology developers will get into gear Monday (June 11th) as it will reportedly end months of speculation by naming new key hardware updates.
The announcements are expected to include the next version of Apple’s operating system for iPhones and iPads, which could give some clues as to what is expected in the iPhone.
Chief executive of the firm Tim Cook, worldwide marketing head Phil Schiller and vice president for iOS software Scott Forstall will all take to the stage, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The annual event is always a good place for the firm to showcase its new events, though it is not expected to announce any details of the latest iPhone.
Editor of Smartphoneblogging.com Shapur Azizpour recently claimed the latest Apple model is the mobile phone that everybody wants to see this year.
In order to ensure as many people as possible can attend this conference, Apple has lowered its age requirement for attendance from 18 years old to 13.
Posted by Samantha Green