May 10th, 1999
Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference Begins Today
by Bryan Chaffin
Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference begins today with Steve Jobs and Avie Tevanian kicking off the Keynote Speech at 9:30 a.m. PDT. The event will last for two hours and the two executives are expected to make a host of announcements including an official introduction of MacOS 8.6, Apple's next PowerBook line (101), and faster Blue & White G3s. In addition, a detailed look at MacOS X will be offered.
Apple has a QuickTime 4 streaking video page set up for live keynote coverage.
Ziff-Davis has a RealVideo streaming netcast set up.
The Mac Observer will keep you updated as the event unfurls.
A Mac Observer Report:
Apple's World Wide Developer Conference 1999
||The oldest article is at the bottom, newer items are placed at the top of the list.
WWDC Coverage: Apple Shows Off G4 With Altivec, Should Ship In October - 5/11/99
A Detailed Overview Of The New PowerBook - 5/11/99
On The Flip Side--My Impressions On Mac OS 8.6, New PowerBooks, And The WWDC! - 5/11/99
WWDC Coverage: MacOS X Client And The Wrap-up - 5/10/99
WWDC Coverage: Sonata And Sherlock II, Including Screenshots! - 5/10/99
WWDC Coverage: OpenGL Final, MRJ 2.1.2, And QuickTime - 5/10/99
WWDC Coverage: Introduction, New PowerBooks, Sears, And 1st Mention Of P1 - 5/10/99
Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference Begins Today - 5/10/99