By Sean King, EnStarz | Jun 10, 2012 11:03 PM EDT
Just 24 hours to go until Apple's biggest keynote event of the year. The World Wide Developer's Conference 2012 (WWDC) will kick off tomorrow June 11 at 10a.m PST at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook will be presenting the keynote presentation this year, taking over the late Steve Jobs, who lives on as Apple's iconic figure.
Apple is tipped to unveil both its latest software and hardware products. Most certain is the iOS 6 and Mac OS X Mountain Lion. Reports say there are banners for both the iOS 6 and Mac OS X already posted inside the conference center.
The most highly anticipated products are indeed Apple's hardware products: the new iPhone and new line of Macs.
Apple is set to refresh its entire line of Mac products.
The Macbook Pro hasn't had a cosmetic update since 2010 and although Apple has continued to stay hush about a new Macbook, rumors about the latest Pro and Air have swamped the internet - along with its new features and specs.
Apple fans are hoping that the Macbook Pro and Macbook Air will feature a super-cool retina display, along with a super powerful Ivy Bridge processor. Ditch the optical drive for a bigger battery for the Pro.
The iPhone 5, or "the new iPhone" is also highly anticipated. Although the iPhone 4S was only launched in the fall of last year, leaked photos of the iPhone 5 protocol already confirm that the new device will come with a 4 inch screen.
So.. what to expect in 24 hours?
Definitely expect the iOS 6 and Mac OS X Mountain Lion. The unveiling of the Macbook Pro/Air is highly likely.
And maybe. If we're lucky, just MAYBE the iPhone 5. If the latest iPhone is not launched at the WWDC tomorrow, then we will have to wait till September.
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