At last year's WWDC, Apple previewed the new Mac Pro.
Apple released the schedule for its Worldwide Developers Conference (better known as WWDC) on Wednesday.
The conference, which runs from June 2 - 6 at Moscone West in San Francisco, is historically where Apple unveils its latest iOS and OS X software updates.
The keynote for the event will take place on June 2 at 10 a.m. PT. Although Apple hasn't revealed what executives will be on stage during the event, you can bet Tim Cook will play a big role in the overall proceedings.
We can expect to get a first-look at iOS 8 and the next version of OS X. According to 9to5Mac, Apple is also planning on unveiling new hardware.
That would make sense. In the past, Apple has used WWDC to show off new hardware — including the Retina MacBook Pro and the new Mac Pro. In fact, the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 were all revealed during WWDC keynotes.
Apple has shifted its release schedule to launch phones in the fall — so don't expect a new iPhone — but it doesn't seem unreasonable to expect at least a MacBook Pro update (or a new Retina MacBook Air?).
Of course, WWDC is more than just a keynote. Its also a major developer conference. Apple has made the WWDC 2014 session schedule viewable to the public — but don't expect to get any insights into what new features might be coming to iOS 8. Most of the session names and descriptions are sealed. Apple will release the session names and descriptions after the keynote on June 2.
Apple also updated its official WWDC iOS apps. Registered developers can add their ticket to Passbook. All Apple developers — whether you're attending WWDC or not — will be able to view videos of the sessions through the app or via Apple's Developer portal.
Mashable will be on-hand at the keynote, covering all the WWDC news as it happens.