June is a crazy month for the technology industry, and the madness continues this week with Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Apple CEO Tim Cook will deliver the opening keynote tomorrow, and Current Editorials will be covering the event live!
So, what should be expected from tomorrow’s show? We know iOS 6 is on it’s way, the latest version of the software that powers the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple is said to be working on a brand-new in-house Maps application for iOS 6 that will reportedly bring 3D maps and turn-by-turn navigation to iOS devices. Other rumoured additions for iOS 6 include a system-wide silver UI, Facebook integration, and Siri for the iPad.
OS X Mountain Lion will also be a focus of the show, as we expect a lot of new information will be revealed about the latest update to Apple’s Mac operating system. In addition, Apple is said to be prepping updates to the majority of their Mac line, which will include refreshed MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac Pro, and MacBook Air models. These new Macs will reportedly pack upgraded Intel Ivy Bridge processors and sport new high resolution Retina displays.
Current Editorials will bring you all the news and updates from WWDC 2012, including a hands-on with iOS 6, starting tomorrow at 1PM EST. Local times for the keynote are listed below. Check back tomorrow for all the action as it happens!
WWDC 2012 Keynote Address in Local Time
- 07:00 AM – Hawaii
- 10:00 AM – Pacific
- 11:00 AM – Mountain
- 12:00 PM – Central
- 01:00 PM – Eastern
- 06:00 PM – London
- 07:00 PM – Paris
- 09:00 PM – Moscow
- 02:00 AM – Tokyo (the next day, June 7th)