Apple World Wide Developer Conference on June 10-15, 2007

AppleInsider is reporting that Apple has reserved June 10-15, 2007, for it's annual World Wide Developer Conference, with a keynote speech from Steve Jobs on June 11. WWDC has historically taken place in June, with the exception of WWDC 2006, taking place in August and sporting the first Mac Os X 10.5 Leopard preview and the release of the new Mac Pro and Xserve lines, aimed at high-end and the server market respectively.

News source: AppleInsider

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You're enthusiasm is appreciated :P

This is relevant for people planning to attend WWDC this year, and Apple fans like to know things in advance.

hmm looks like it's gonna fall right into my exams week....

i wanna go so bad... but then i'm gonna need to pre-pone some exams at my university... hmm

But there's a very good chance by then, Leopard will have been released, so there won't be much hype for it, whereas iPhone will still not have been released. Of course they want all attention on iPhone.

Well its a developers conference, there was a news that I read that apple wont support 3rd party apps. I don't think iphone will be the focus. Leopard's a no show in macworld this Jan., sad to think but I have a feeling that it might be delayed on or after june. If its released as plan (spring) then its good.

teejaydm said,
Well its a developers conference, there was a news that I read that apple wont support 3rd party apps. I don't think iphone will be the focus. Leopard's a no show in macworld this Jan., sad to think but I have a feeling that it might be delayed on or after june. If its released as plan (spring) then its good.

Spring doesn't end until June 20th. So Leopard and iPhone probably will be release on the day of WWDC.

coolchan said,

Spring doesn't end until June 20th. So Leopard and iPhone probably will be release on the day of WWDC.


My thougts as well, at least Leopard. Do we dare to hope for some developers tools for iPhone?

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