Heads up folks, it looks like Apple has just announced that the company’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) will be taking place in Moscone West, San Francisco come June 11th to June 15th. The company will be providing attendees over 100 sessions on iOS and OS X and will also be introducing a student scholarship program for those who might otherwise not be able to afford WWDC tickets. So what can we expect at this year’s WWDC? It should be noted that back in 2011, Apple introduced iOS 5, detailed OS X Lion further and took the wraps off iCloud, the Cupertino’s cloud based storage service. Based on the yearly update on iOS, it is safe to assume that iOS 6 could be introduced at WWDC 2012 but we could be wrong. In any case we can’t wait to see what Apple will be introducing at WWDC this year, so if you’d like to attend, you will be able to purchase your tickets via Apple’s website for $1,599 each. [Press release]

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