Mark Gurman, reporting for 9to5 Mac:
This morning, Apple revealed the schedule for next month’s Worldwide Developers Conference. To start things off, an Apple keynote will be held from 10AM to 12PM on Monday, June 2nd at Moscone West. Apple typically holds keynote addresses to kick off WWDC, but this schedule serves as the first direct confirmation from Apple. The event will likely be led by Apple CEO Tim Cook with assistance from Senior VPs Craig Federighi and Eddy Cue, who have some new software and services announcements, respectively… Expect a completely redesigned version of OS X (numbered 10.10) plus an enhancement filled iOS 8 with new Healthbook fitness tracking software, improved Maps, and new iPad features. Also, according to sources, Apple is planning to unveil new hardware at this year’s conference. Apple also today released the official WWDC app for iOS. Two interesting tidbits about the app that I've noticed is (1) unlike the 2013 app, which was accessible only to conference attendees, this year's version seems to be open to anyone who downloads it; and (2) someone at Apple had some fun with a few as-yet-unannounced sessions.