Apple has officially announced that the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2011 event is scheduled to held from June 6th to 10th in San Francisco’s Moscone West Conference center as ever. At WWDC 2011, we will be seeing "the future of iOS and Mac OS" along with "more than 100 technical sessions presented by Apple engineers," including the latest developments in the iOS mobile platform and the Mac OS for desktops.
At last year’s WWDC event, Apple introduced the iPhone 4 handset with Retina Display and unveiled the FaceTime app and every iPhone model introduced at WWDC events only. So Apple will be focusing on iOS and Mac OS only and we may not see the iPhone 5 appearance this year? The WWDC 2011 will be a software-only event
At WWDC 2011 event, it seems that Apple will be unveiling the OS X 10.7 Lion as well. Apple said that iOS / Mac OS X developer shouldn’t miss this event. You can purchase the tickets here at Apple’s developer website (hit the link). Tickets are $1,599 each.