By Stephen Schenck | April 24, 2013 12:52 PM
We’re less than a month away from Google I/O 2013, when Android fans are hoping to get plenty of news about what Google’s been up to, and likely learn about a new product or two. They’re not the only ones with a big event like this on the horizon, and Apple just shared the details for its own Worldwide Developers Conference, taking place in early June.
WWDC 2013 will run from June 10 through June 14, returning once again to San Francisco’s Moscone Center. While we aren’t betting on seeing any new products (Apple typically choosing to give big announcements like that their own platforms), we could get some news about what’s next for iOS; in its press release, Apple specifically mentions wanting “to get new versions of iOS… into [developer] hands at WWDC.”
Tickets for the event will start going on sale tomorrow, if you’re a dev interested in attending.