Apple Inc. announced Tuesday the date for its annual World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC). The conference will be held from June 11th through June 15th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The dates fall in the waning days of Spring, just within the promised release of Leopard, the next major upgrade of Mac OS X.
The WWDC is Appleis annual gathering for Mac (and more recently iPod) developers. The company offers training sessions and the companyis own developers for hands-on access to Appleis latest technologies. In recent years, Apple CEO Steve Jobs has also used the WWDC keynote to launch products, technologies, and services that pertain to the developer community.
The company has not yet announced conference sessions or other schedules for this yearis WWDC, nor has the company officially announced that Leopard will be released at the event, but the timing is not likely to be coincidental. Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled Leopard at last yearis WWDC, when he said it would be released in the Spring of 2007.
The Mac Observer will be posting additional WWDC details as they become available.