Apple has confirmed that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will kick off on June 8th, running until June 12th.
The event, held at San Francisco’s Moscone West exhibition hall, will see the unveiling of the next generation of the company’s iOS platform, iOS 9.
Apple is also said to be planning to lift the lid on its new music streaming service, based on the Beats Music system it acquired last year.
The latter has already hit the headlines this week after it was revealed iOS 8.4 includes a new music player, wherein Apple’s streaming service is set to take centre stage.
Apple is likely to hold a keynote event on the first day of the conference, where it will showcase its freshly baked software.
The company has not unveiled hardware at WWDC for some years, meaning the much rumoured iPhone 6S and iPhone 6C are unlikely to make their debut until a separate event in the autumn.
However, there should be new details on Apple’s WatchKit and HomeKit tools, designed to work with the Apple Watch and home appliances respectively.
There are also rumours that Apple will reveal its new TV streaming platform, potentially alongside a new Apple TV.