PSA: Apple’s WWDC Event Takes Place Tomorrow At 1PM EST

It is that time of the year for Apple to hold their annual Worldwide Developer's Conference in San Francisco which will run June 2nd (tomorrow) through the 6th. For those of you who aren't familiar with WWDC, it is a large conference held each year which brings together 1,000 Apple engineers as well as 5,000 developers for a massive educational gathering.

As always, there will be a live keynote to kick off the conference of which the Cupertino-based company is expected to make several major announcements. We can rightfully anticipate the announcement of iOS 8 as well as Mac OS X 10.10 (or potentially called OS X 11.0) which is rumored to be titled ‘Yosemite' or ‘El Cap'.

There are dozens of rumors floating around about different potential hardware that will be announced during tomorrow's keynote although we are skeptical as Apple typically saves their important hardware announcements such as the iPhone 6 for a later Fall event. However, there is still hope for an announcement like a retina Macbook Air or Retina iMac although no one really has a clue what Apple has up their sleeve.

There is sufficient evidence that links Apple's iPhone 6 to come in two variants, a 4.7-inch as well as a 5.5-inch version although I doubt any details will be released tomorrow about the upcoming smartphone. Additionally, I wouldn't put much faith in regards to any iWatch news as that will likely be bundled with the iPhone 6 announcement at a later date.

What most people are wondering is how the recent Beats acquisition will come into play at tomorrow's WWDC event. I think it is a safe bet that the keynote will discuss the purchase decision and the effect on future Apple products and services. If we are lucky enough, they will bring Dr. Dre on stage to talk about his new role at Apple.

For those of you who want to tune in and see the latest announcements, Apple will be offering live-stream tomorrow starting at 10 AM PDT (1PM EST) via the source link below. If you're busy during these times and just want a summary of what went down during the keynote, check back here tomorrow night for a full recap.

Source: WWDC
Photo Credit: Ben Miller

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