Apple has just sent a press release detailing what the software keynote address will be about at this year’s World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) that will be happening next week at Moscone West, San Francisco from June 6-10. In the press release, the company confirms that it will be unveiling Lion, the next version of Mac OS X; iOS 5, and iCloud, Apple’s upcoming cloud services offering.
Apple usually never reveals what they will be announcing, so this is an interesting change of events. Perhaps they have something else in store for us folks next week? Still no word on whether the highly-anticipated iPhone 5/4S will be making an appearance, but we sure hope so. Stay tuned and we’ll keep you posted on the WWDC 2011.
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