It’s about that time for Apple to show us the ropes with their next batch of products. WWDC, or World Wide Developers Conference, happens on June 10th and has always been about software enhancements to current software and services. That said, we’ve seen Apple launch a couple of iPhones and even Macs at this event, so there’s no reason why we shouldn’t get excited about this event.

The biggest question we have is what’ll we get and what’ll we miss from this event. We do know that iOS 7 will take the spotlight, as Tim Cook confirmed at D11, but could WWDC be all about software this time once more?

As competition has aggressively grown, many of us wonder if Apple will leapfrog away from them one more time, or will they iterate and even disappoint? We do know that Apple is always about doing things at their own pace, so we should expect some surprises next Monday. For now, please share your predictions in the comments down bellow.

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