Mac and iPhone developers that haven't already purchased their passes for Apple's 2009 World Wide Developer Conference are out of luck because the event is officially sold out. This marks the second year in a row that Apple's annual event for developers has sold out.
This year's week-long event will include a focus on iPhone developer needs, although there will still be plenty of sessions for Mac OS X coders. Sessions that have been listed so far cover Mac, iPhone and IT, and cover topics such as CSS Effects, Push Notifications for the iPhone, deploying Podcast Producer, working with Objective-C, and more.
Developers and analysts are expecting Apple will unveil iPhone Software 3.0 at the event, too. iPhone Software 3.0 marks the next major software update for the iPhone and iPod touch that will add cut and paste support, push notification for third-party applications, MMS, Spotlight searching, stereo Bluetooth support, and more.
Apple may also offer up more information about Mac OS X 10.6, or "Snow Leopard," including when it will ship. According to Apple, Snow Leopard will focus more on improving performance and stability instead of adding new features to the operating system.
Apple's World Wide Developer Conference is scheduled for June 8 through June 12 at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco. Developers interested in talking with TMO about their products at the event are welcome to contact us to set up an appointment.