Apple CEO Steve Jobs is kicking off the World Wide Developers Conference with a keynote presentation on Monday at 10 a.m. pacific time. Mr. Jobs is expected to delve deep into Mac OS X 10.5, and TMO will be there to keep you up to date.
WWDC is Appleis annual conference for application and hardware developers. The week-long event includes classes, sessions, and seminars geared to help third-party developers create Mac-compatible products.
Mr. Jobs typically takes advantage of his keynote presentations to surprise attendees with new product announcements, just as he did with the iPhone at Macworld Expo 2007 in San Francisco. In addition to revealing some secrets about Appleis next version of Mac OS X, or Leopard, Mr. Jobs may also talk about third-party application development for the iPhone, introduce new hardware, or announce updated or new applications.
Be sure to check in with TMO Monday morning for up-to-date event coverage, and follow along with our live coverage from the keynote.
Appleis WWDC is scheduled for June 11 through June 15 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco.