updated 04:36 pm EDT, Wed August 6, 2014
Event firmly entrenched at Moscone
Just two months after hosting WWDC 2014, Apple appears to have already set dates for next year's conference. At San Francisco's Moscone Center -- where the company's Worldwide Developer Conference is traditionally held -- the official event calendar lists a generic "corporate event" as running from June 8-12. WWDC is usually held in early June, and Apple has had the same placeholder in several years past. Other Moscone bookings for June 2015 have specific names.
The next WWDC should be formally announced in early 2015. Apple will presumably use it to reveal new versions of iOS and OS X, but several key projects under development -- such as the iWatch and a new Apple TV -- might also have some sort of presence.