By Jaime Rivera | May 14, 2011 5:31 AM
We all know that Apple’s WWDC 2011 is going to be all about the future of iOS and Mac OS X. We’re still not sure if the rumors of the iPhone 5 being pushed to September hold water, but if they don’t, we’ll most probably see it become a reality on the same event. WWDC kicks off on June 6th and new rumors have it that Apple is already planning meet up with their retail employees on May 28th, which is barely a week before the event.
Rumors are just rumors, and little can be concluded out of a simple meeting schedule, but the timing is what makes things relevant. Apple’s retail stores have always been known as the tool that drives all their product releases to become success stories. So, will the Genius Bar team be briefed on iOS 5 and iCloud? Will the retail team be briefed on how the iPhone 5 will be sold on all the US carriers? Or could it be that they’ll they talk about both?
What ever it is, let’s hope it’s not just an employee of the month breakfast.
Source: Cult Of Mac