It's been assumed Apple would host a keynote presentation to kick of its annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco on June 2, and now it's official. The event schedule is out and it shows a keynote presentation starting at 10 AM pacific time and running through noon.
Apple's WWDC 2014 keynote event happens at 10AM on June 2
Apple isn't saying what topics will be covered during the presentation, but it's a pretty safe bet we'll get a preview of the next version of OS X for the Mac and iOS for the iPhone and iPad. Rumors claim the keynote could be used to introduce new hardware, too, although those announcements are typically made at other media events Apple schedules.
WWDC is an annual conference where third-party developers get to spend several days with Apple's engineers, get previews of upcoming OS X and iOS releases, and hopefully improve their own products.
Tickets were sold through a lottery system, so if you aren't already a current member of Apple's developer program and a lucky lottery winner, you won't be getting into the event. The Mac Observer will cover the keynote, so be sure to check in for take on Apple's announcements.