In a few hours, the Apple keynote will kick-start a week tailored for developers working on Apple’s platforms. It will be the first WWDC keynote after Steve Jobs’ passing.
From what we’ve seen, the ‘speakers’ team headed by Tim Cook knows how to deliver a good presentation while keeping Apple’s cultural values in place.
Intriguing this year is the amount of undisclosed sessions scheduled to happen in the event.
There’s a lot being talked about and I’m curious to see how long will this year’s keynote be.
A few photographs seem to indicate iOS 6 as the center course of the week. I guess Mac OS X Mountain Lion will also be part of the menu, but with such important features like a new Maps app/infrastructure being announced, it doesn’t seem that the cat will be long time under the spotlight.
On the hardware side, where there’s smoke… there’s strong indication that new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models may be updated with some machines portraying a retina display.
And after a loooong wait, pro users may finally get new Mac Pro models.
For a ‘one more thing…’ moment maybe we get to see something related to the Apple tv.
We’ll see in a bit.