Apple's keynote speech for its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will kick off on 10 June, the first day of the week-long conference.
San Francisco's Moscone Center getting wrapped up for last year's WWDC.
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This is typically when the keynote occurs, with the rest of the week consisting of sessions for developers, along with events held at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California, and other parts of the Moscone Center in San Francisco, where WWDC is taking place.
AllThingsD reported the start time for the keynote late yesterday.
Apple has not yet announced plans to stream the event live, on video. The company did that the last time around for its October event, where the iPad Mini and new iMacs were introduced, but not for the iPhone 5 and new iPod unveiling the month before.
Apple has said it will show off new versions of iOS and OS X at this year's confab, which hosts about 5000 developer attendees, as well as the press and partners. The show, which runs from 10 to 14 June, managed to sell out in less than two minutes this year.