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WWDC 2012 Dates Confirmed: June 11-15, iOS 6 Launch is Highly Likely

Whether you are a hardcore enthusiast or simply a casual fan of Apple products, it should be safe to say that one of the most highly-anticipated events that happen on a yearly basis is WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference). And now Apple just announced through a press release that the WWDC 2012 conference will be taking place from June 11 through June 15 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

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For the uninitiated, WWDC is an Apple exclusive conference that is held annually in California. The event is usually the platform where new hardware (new iPhones) and software (new Mac OS X, iOS) are announced. So if you are really eager to know more about Apple's upcoming technological innovations, WWDC is the even that you should look out for.

Anyway as mentioned earlier, it has been confirmed that WWDC 2012 will start on June 11 and that tickets are now for sale for $1,599. But by the time you've read this, the tickets are already sold out. Take note that it only took a mere two hours since it went on sale before the tickets were sold out. Another record breaker for Apple since last year it took around twelve hours before the tickets were sold out.
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As for the announcements, it seems that the chances that a new hardware will be revealed are quite scarce especially now that the new iPad has been released and that there are rumors that Apple will release the iPhone 5 on October, a year after the iPhone 4S launch. But probably the main clincher is the press release given by Apple's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Philip Schiller:

We have a great WWDC planned this year and can’t wait to share the latest news about iOS and OS X Mountain Lion with developers. The iOS platform has created an entirely new industry with fantastic opportunities for developers across the country and around the world.

So could it be that the upcoming news about the iOS platform actually pertains to iOS 6? Are you excited for WWDC 2012? [via Apple]

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