Grab your calendars, iOS fans, because Apple just announced the details for the 2013 edition of its Worldwide Developers Conference. The big show will be kicking off at San Franscisco's Moscone West on June 10 and will run through June 14. Apple says that WWDC 2013 tickets will go on sale tomorrow, April 25, at 10 a.m. PT.
As the name implies, Apple's WWDC conferences are developer-focused shows that are meant to help devs understand the features of iOS and Mac OS X and learn how to better create software for those platforms. Apple says that this year's shindig will include over 100 technical sessions from Apple engineers as well as "the latest innovations, features and capabilities of iOS and OS X." That's rather vague, but Apple has used recent WWDCs to introduce us to iOS 5 and iOS 6, and so it's possible that we could see something from the next major version of iOS at this year's show. What features would you like to see Apple include in the next major version of iOS?