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Apple is officially holding its developer conference keynote on June 10 this year. The event, otherwise called WWDC, is one of Apple’s biggest where it traditionally announced a number of new products and software updates.

VentureBeat received its invitation today for WWDC, which will run from June 10 through June 14.

In late April, tickets for WWDC sold out within two minutes of going on sale. The tickets cost $1,600, but with iOS and Mac operating system updates on the horizon, developers are rightfully scrambling for the access. Apple revealed earlier on that it would be talking about both iOS and OS X at WWDC, but other announcements are unknown. However, during Apple’s latest earnings report, Tim Cook hinted that we likely won’t see any new hardware announcements until after the summer.

“We’ve accomplished a tremendous amount,” he said during the call. “Our teams are hard at work on some amazing new hardware, software and services we can’t wait to introduce this fall and throughout 2014.”

Last year Apple announced iOS 6, the latest version of its mobile operating system, as well as details for its Mountain Lion Mac operating system. Apple also updated its Game Center, introduced its MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and added more guts to its MacBook Air line.

WWDC photo via Apple; hat tip All Things D