Apple's WWDC 2013 Won't Generate Much Excitement: 10 Reasons Why
NEWS ANALYSIS: Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is scheduled for mid-June. But attendees may find that the news coming out of the already sold-out event will be markedly muted.Apple's Wordwide Developers Conference, an annual confab that allows the company to connect with developers and show off its latest hardware and software, is scheduled to convene in mid-June. Tickets went on sales April 25 and reportedly sold out within minutes. In many cases, developers head to the show to learn the latest techniques for developing for Apple's iOS or OS X. Others simply want to be at the event in which Apple announces its latest products. But before they get too far ahead of themselves, they should realize that this year's WWDC event will be one big snoozefest. The show will definitely show off the latest iOS and OS X flavors, but it'll also show off a barely updated iPhone and perhaps a new-look iPod Touch. Those looking for some really exciting surprises will be disappointed. It's unfortunate because over the years WWDC attendees and all Apple fans have gotten used to seeing some of Apple's most exciting products debut at the conference.
Read on to find out why Apple's WWDC event won't blow your socks off: