In a rare move, Apple announced today the full rundown of what we can expect next week at the WWDC keynote. Normally shrouded in secrecy, this is the first time that Apple has announced what they've got in store ahead of time.
So, here's what to expect: a keynote by Steve Jobs in which he'll go over the new iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion operating system updates. In addition, he'll unveil Apple's long-awaited cloud service, dubbed iCloud. The details of those aren't yet available, but it's assumed to allow people to stream music to their devices over-the-air.
So why did Apple spill the beans a week early and ruin any surprises? Probably to make it clear that no, there will not be an iPhone 5 announced. The past three years have featured new iPhone announcements at WWDC, but word has been circulating that Apple is instead planning to drop the iPhone 5 this fall, aligning it more with the holiday shopping season.
In any case, we'll have all the new info that Jobs deigns worthy of our ears next week.
Via PC Mag