Apple’s annual worldwide developers conference concluded less than 15 days ago and we are already hearing rumors which suggest that WWDC 2012 will be held from June 10 through June 15 at the Moscone Center.
Apple hosts WWDC every year in June and a “Corporate Meeting” for June 2012 has been spotted on Moscone Center calendar which is now being believed to be the date for next years developers conference. Although, the dates are tentative and uses a generic term to describe the event it could certainly be Apple’s event.
In early February, Touch Reviews reported similar news about a booking for the Moscone West Convention and the dates actually turned out to be for WWDC 2011. Apple has usually used the conference as a platform to introduce new hardware products but this year the company focussed entirely on software.
During WWDC 2011 Apple showcased Mac OS X Lion, previewed iOS 5 and shared its vision for the upcoming cloud based service called iCloud. It’s clear that the company wants to continue to create differentiation based on the software and apps available for the hardware.
If rumors are to be believed then we could be hearing about a special event slated for September which could introduce iPhone 4S / 5. The fifth gen iPhone is expected to support the dual core A5 chip that boots graphics performance upto 9 times on the iPad 2.
Were you satisfied with the announcement made during this years developers conference? What do you think Apple will announce next year? Have your say in the comments below.