There has been some shady activity around Apple stores in the last week or so, leading to growing speculation surrounding WWDC, namely some kind of new product or initiative that Apple could be launching.
According to Macworld, Gary Allen of ifoAppleStore has spoken to an Apple store employee in Texas, who told him that the back-of-house workers and other specialists have been asked to work late into the night of June 5, just one week before the beginning of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
So what’s going on? Apple Insider have suggested that could be in line with Apple’s annual promotions for schools, which began at around the same time last year.
There are also reports of engineers visiting Apple Stores with a mysterious ‘black box’, leading some to speculate that data is being transferred to the store servers, again suggesting Apple are due to release a new service.
This is of course, all speculation. It may well turn out that the Apple Store workers in Texas are simply being punished for something, like using Android, or that the mysterious ‘black box’ is actually a pizza delivery.
Regardless, I think we should all be excited for WWDC, which is only 9 days away! What are you hoping to see unveiled? As always, leave your comments below, and be sure to follow Today’s iPhone on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest Apple news, reviews and rumors.