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Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2011 starts on June 6

Apple has announced a couple of important details regarding Worldwide Developers Conference 2011. Namely: where and when.
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Apple has announced a couple of important details regarding Worldwide Developers Conference 2011. Namely: where and when.

"Where" is no surprise: Moscone West in San Francisco. "When" isn't much of a surprise either: Monday, June 6 through Friday, June 10. Apple Developer tickets cost $1,599 a pop.

Along with plenty of hands-on labs and small group sessions, the big topics to covered at the developers expo will be the next version of Mac OS X (we know Lion is coming out this summer) and iOS. Rumors have already been circulating about iOS 5, and of course, the iPhone 5, so we'll likely be hearing more about those two products as well.

Will you be attending WWDC 2011?

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