Apple will hold its first event in more than six months today to unveil the next versions of its iOS and Mac OS X operating systems, ABC News reports.
At its annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) at the Moscone West Center in San Francisco, Apple executives, including CEO Tim Cook, will share with more than a thousand attendees the changes it plans to make to its two major software platforms. And the changes coming to iOS are expected to be the biggest ever made to the software for the iPhone and iPad.
Apple is not expected to release the next iPhone or iPad at the event, but only talk about the software that will be coming for them later this year. Apple, might however, discuss its rumored iPhone trade-in program, according to ABC News.