Apple Has Big Plans For Upcoming WWDC

by , 9:00 AM EDT, April 16th, 2001

With the recent release of OS X, next month's World Wide Developer Conference promises to be a monumental one for the Apple community. Apple is planning special conference sessions, speakers, and awards, with the focus expected to be squarely on the new OS. According to Apple:

Apple is very been busy planning an exciting Worldwide Developers Conference 2001 agenda for you. With over 100 in-depth technical sessions, hands-on workshops, feedback forums led by Apple's top engineers, as well as many new exhibits, you're sure to find WWDC 2001 a valuable, information-packed experience.

Session titles and descriptions are now posted to the WWDC 2001 website. Apple will continue to update session details as the conference nears, so visit often for the latest session and activities information.

Don't miss the chance to have your exceptional products recognized by Mac fans everywhere. Winners receive an all-new Power Mac G4 and 22-inch Apple Cinema Display. Download the contest entry form online.

This year's WWDC takes place May 21-25, 2001 in San Jose, California. Seize this once-a-year opportunity to learn all there is to know about Mac OS X, the unique, newly-released operating system from Apple.

You can find more information on the upcoming World Wide Developers Conference at the Apple Web site.