Apple has released the schedule for its upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) taking place from June 2–6, 2014 at Moscone West, San Francisco.
It confirmed that the keynote will take place June 2 starting at 10am PST/6pm BST.
The keynote tends to be when new versions of iOS and OSX are likely to be announced and previewed. Some possible new features for iOS 8 include Healthbook, improved Maps, and more.
Alongside the full schedule, Apple updated their official WWDC app with details for all sessions that developers can attend.
Like previous years many of the sessions are stated as ‘To Be Announced’ but Apple has cheekily named some ‘No Comment’, ‘This One Is Sealed’, and ‘Shhhh, Can’t Tell You Yet.’
By not revealing the names of these sessions Apple is teasing some serious announcements for the Keynote. Here at TapSmart, we’ll be keeping a watchful eye on proceedings and will be keeping you informed on all the announcements via our Twitter feed – follow us now.