Apple to hold WWDC 2014 Keynote on June 2nd at 10 am PT, may unveil new Hardware

WWDC 2014 logo

Apple has just released an update for its WWDC app for this year’s WorldWide Developer Conference that kicks off on June 2nd.

The app confirms that the event will kick off with the Keynote address scheduled from 10 am to 12 pm.

It doesn’t come as a surprise, but it is the first time Apple has first confirmed that it will be holding the Keynote address this year. Apple is widely expected to give us a sneak peak at iOS 8 and OS X 10.10, the next generation operation system for iOS devices and Mac.

As for the app, it has been updated with a new orange theme and the familiar iOS 7 design language. The app requires iOS 7.1 or later (iTunes link).

WWDC 2014 app

9to5Mac reports that Apple will also unveil new hardware at the event. It is not clear if Apple will unveil the rumored 12-inch MacBook Air, updated MacBook Pros, the next generation Apple TV or the highly anticipated iWatch. We don’t expect Apple to unveil the next generation iPhone, iPads at the WWDC 2014. We expect Apple to unveil the new iPhones in September or October timeframe, and the new iPads in October or November.

The WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2014 will be held from June 2nd to June 6th at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco, California. As always, we’ll be bringing you live coverage of the event. You can read this article to find out what to expect at this year’s WWDC.

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