Apple today said the keynote address for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference will occur on Monday, June 10, at Moscone Center in San Francisco. Not a big surprise, as that is the day the event kicks off. Speakers for the keynote have not been announced — nor are they likely to be. But expect to see CEO Tim Cook presiding over the standard cast of characters as they demonstrate the latest in Apple tech.
Tickets to WWDC 2013 sold out in a record two minutes this year. Apple has already announced that it will post session videos during the conference for those who were unable to get a ticket. It's no yet known if the company will be streaming the keynote.
The company is expected to unveil iOS 7 at the event and updates to its MacBooks.