The world Wide Developers’ Conference will take place from June 11-15 in San Francisco. The event will highlight developers’ interests in software and operating systems releases, especially on iOS 6 and OS X 10.8.
We highlighted in a previous article about the possible features that may rock iOS 6, namely Siri API, Voice transcription, Facebook Integration, Multitasking, Clearing Notifications and much more.
OS X Mountain Lion is also expected to be launched at this year’s WWDC. According to an unnamed source the OS X release is only a few weeks from its launch because the Apple Company is hiring AppleCare personnel from the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) that have been trained on the OS X 10.8. Due to Apple’s secrecy, they usually gather together training personnel shortly before their release. Also the World Wide Developers’ Conference has a habit in coming with releases of OS X. the operating system was first announced on 16 February, coming with major features like Messages, Airplay Mirroring, iCloud, Notification Center and many more. It’s described to be Inspired by iPad and re-imagined for Mac.