Today Apple has officially confirmed that their WWDC 2013 keynote will be taking place on the 10th of June. That is the day when Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off. Traditionally Apple has always conducted its keynote presentation on the conference’s first day, so this announcement hardly comes as a surprise. The company hasn’t revealed a list of speakers who will be taking the stage, but we can expect to see the usual high level executives on stage after CEO Tim Cook formally opens up the keynote.

A lot has already been rumored about what Apple will possibly unveil at the event. We’ve heard rumors of new iPhones and iPads being announced to the possibility of seeing a new and refreshed MacBook line up. What we do know for sure is that the company will be keeping focus on iOS 7 and the next major update of OS X. This year tickets for the WWDC sold out under three minutes, establishing a new record. As of now there’s no confirmation regarding the live stream of the keynote, though Apple will be offering a live stream of the technical sessions.

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