Apple announced that Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO, will kick off its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote address beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, June 11, 2007 at San Francisco’s Moscone West.
At WWDC, Apple plans to show developers a feature complete version of Mac OS X Leopard and give them a beta copy to take home for final testing. Leopard is scheduled to ship in October.
The iPhone launches in June, but we do not know yet on which day. Possibly the 11th, so Steve Jobs and Cingular - sorry - AT&T can use the WWDC as the stage. The five-day event, scheduled to run from June 11 to June 15, will deliver more than 150 sessions and labs aimed at getting the most out of Leopard.
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Other activities at Apple’s WWDC 2007 include:
• presentations from Apple engineers who will provide an in-depth look at Leopard, from its open source foundation to new technologies and innovations like Xcode® 3.0, Dashcode, Core Animation, Time Machine, iChat Theater and more;
• practical hands-on sessions where attendees can learn Apple’s own coding strategies and techniques for creating Cocoa bindings, building Automator actions and integrating iCal® events into an application;
• technology labs where attendees can work one-on-one with Apple engineers on topics such as Cocoa, Open GL and AJAX; and
• special events, including the Apple Design Awards and Stump the Experts.
The five-day conference costs $1,595 (US) per attendee, with a $300 (US) Early Registration Discount that has been extended through May 11.
Via this Apple press-release.