WWDC keynote to be held on June 11

Apple today invited media to a keynote kicking off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. The keynote will be held at 10:00 am on Monday June 11 at Moscone West.

Apple didn’t say who would give the keynote address, but typically its the company’s CEO that does the honor. It wouldn’t be unheard of for Tim Cook to invite other Apple employees on stage to give demos of new Apple products and explain Apple’s direction in the coming year.

The Loop will be at the keynote and will bring you a live update as events unfold.

  • I hope iOS 6 comes out that day. 🙂 I can’t wait to hit Upgrade on my iPad.

    • Thomas

      Unless you’re a dev. you probably won’t have anything to play wih until at least late summer.

    • No

      every major upgrade has come with release of new iphone. That is all.

      • I know. Notice I said “hope” not “will”. 🙂 A man can hope.

        That is all. 😉

    • I hate to dash your hopes but, not a chance….

      • 🙂

        No one knows what Apple is going to do until they do it. I’ll keep waiting and will even take a dev build.

        My reasoning is I seriously hope Apple improves on numerous shortcomings in iOS 5.