Today, Apple finally announced the dates for this years World Wide Developers Conference, after a small delay from the normal time they usually announce the dates. It will start on June 11th and go through to the 15th. The tickets sold out in just 2 short hours, so don’t get your hopes up on going if you don’t have admission already.
This will surely be the first time that iOS 6 will be unveiled and all the developers can get up to speed on the new updates and developing their apps. We have yet to see what iOS 6 will bring, but we are excited to see what software updates Apple will be releasing to go on that shiny new iPhone this fall.
Also, yesterday Apple reported their 2012 Q1 earnings, and the trend seems to follow the past recent quarters with large rises. Starting out, 35.1 million iPhones were sold, which is an 88% increase from Q1 2011, 11.8 million iPads were sold up 151%, 4 million Macs were sold, up 7%. The only decrease that was shown is the iPods, 7.7 million units were sold and that is on a consistent decrease of 15%.
So needless to say Apple’s success is huge and is still on the rise. Tim Cook keeps saying that this year we will continue to see amazing innovation from their company. We aren’t sure what that all will intel, but we can only say we are excited to see.