Following on the heels of the recently updated Worldwide Developers Conference iOS app, which brought with it Apple Watch support, the keynote’s kickoff time has just been revealed.
As confirmed via the official WWDC app, Apple has the keynote for the major conference kicking off at 10:00 AM PST, or 1:00 PM EST. While on stage, it’s expected that Apple executives will unveil the next variant of its mobile platform, iOS, which is being hailed as iOS 9 right now. While nothing is official, iOS 9 is believed to focus on optimizations and enhancements behind the scenes, while new Transit Maps, a makeover for Siri, and even the inclusion of the Apple-made San Francisco font are all rumored to be included with the new software.
The event’s keynote will also unveil the newest version of OS X, which is known as OS X 10.11 right now. On top of that, Apple’s also rumored to be showcasing its newest addition to the pantheon of features, Apple Music, at this year’s event. The rest of the event schedule is still listed as TBA right now, but that should change soon enough.
Get ready for iOS 9 beta: