No, I'm not a developer, but since this event just happens to be one of the biggest Apple events of the year it also means that there could always be some pretty big, and very juicy announcements and not just on the software side, but the hardware side as well.
Of course, Apple will be shedding new light on both OS X and iOS 6, and according to 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,” and I can't wait to find out more.
As the great tech site, Mashable also noted:
"It’s interesting to note that WWDC 2012 is happening approximately two weeks after Tim Cook takes the stage at AllThingsD‘s D10 conference, which probably means we’ll learn a bit about WWDC’s program in advance."
What has me excited the most is the fact that, in the past, Apple sometime uses its WWDC events to also announce new hardware as well. Could this mean that it will finally announce those long rumored MacBook Air like MacBook Pros? I hope so, and, not only that, but, hopefully, as well, the next generation of the iMac which are expected to get some of that new Intel Ivy Bridge goodness, as well as some nifty non-glare screens. And who knows, maybe they'll even get some of that iPad and iPhone Retina Display goodness to boot?
In conclusion, this year's WWDC2012 will be bringing more than 100 Apple engineer technical sessions, staffed by more than 1,000 Apple engineers, as well as the Apple Design Awards, which recognize the very best in iPhone, iPad and Mac apps, and, as well, give attendees the opportunity to connect with other iOS and OS X developers, but at the admission price of $1,599, and, hopefully, this year's WWDC will also include Apple announcing those brand spanking new MacBook Pros and iMacs.
And that's my 2 cents 4 this Wednesday, April 25, 2012
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NOTE: AppleInsider just reported that WWDC2012 sold out in less than 2 mealy hours!