The Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is Apple's annual jamboree where it shows off what it's been working on over the last 12 months. And now we have a potential date for it.
Mac Rumors has looked into the schedule of Apple's favourite venue for the event, the Moscone West convention centre in San Francisco. While June is looking pretty full, there's one week that's still vacant – the 13-17th.
The conference hall details what else is happening around that week, including a Travel Association Luncheon, a Biotechnology Industry Organisation conference, and the Red Hat Summit. But the third week is conspicuously empty.
Either it's not at liberty to say Apple has booked it until Apple announces the date itself, or Apple is leaving it a little late to reserve the space. We're guessing it's the former.
Apple has held WWDC every year since 2007. It's always in June and always at Moscone West.
The firm is expected to show off iOS 10 (the next iteration of its mobile operating system) and possibly OS X 10.12, which would be its next desktop operating system.
WWDC would come weeks after Google's I/O conference, which is the Android maker's equivalent. Google I/O is set for May 18-20th.
Like WWDC, it will be a software-focussed event, with Google showing off Android N, the next version of its mobile operating system.