Apple has announced some of the details regarding its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, which is three months away. This year's event is expected to top last year's numbers: developers from 45 countries and more than 4,000 attendees. When asked why there was no mention of the iPhone, Ron Okamoto, Apple's vice president of worldwide developer relations, replied: "We've announced it's releasing in June, and we're not saying anymore about it." Set to be held in San Francisco from June 11-15, the agenda boasts over 100 sessions in six technology tracks:
- Leopard Innovations. Transform your application with powerful new Mac OS X Leopard technologies.
- Mac OS X Essentials. Learn the essential ingredients needed to build world-class products for Mac OS X.
- Developer Tools. Reach new levels of productivity using ground-breaking development tools.
- Information Technologies. Learn to use, develop for, integrate, and manage Mac OS X Leopard and Mac OS X Leopard Server.
- Graphics and Imaging. Add advanced audio, video, imaging, and graphics capabilities to your application.
- Content and Media. Learn best practices for production and development of rich-media for desktop, devices and the Web.
News source: News.com