Apple Developers Conference Set for June 2

Apple set the date for its developer conference, leading many to speculate on what products the tech company will debut.

The Worldwide Developer Conference will be from June 2 to 6 and take place at the Moscone West in San Francisco and several are trying to figure out what Apple may do to its iOS or OS X operating systems, according to the Wall Street Journal.

During the last conference, Apple overhauled the iOS and caused some controversy over its new design. It seems most got over it and started enjoying it for its new features such as iTunes Radio and AirDrop. It's likely that this year Apple will also debut the iOS 8 for its handheld devices, and possibly its new feature Healthbook, according to CNN.
And since it updated the Mac OS last year it's likely there will be another update for the desktops and laptops, too. There is a chance the Mac could get retina display or that the iWatch could show up. As always, Apple is keeping quiet about its plans.
Either way, if you or anyone wants tickets, he or she will have to sign up and be granted tickets through a lottery system. Check out the site for sign-up details.
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