Several readers have forwarded an email from Apple promoting the World Wide Developer's Conference next month:
- On June 23, WWDC 2003 attendees will be the first to explore the powerful new capabilities of the next major release of Mac OS X, codenamed "Panther." This year's conference is shaping up to be the biggest in Apple's history.
If you want to create products that fully exploit the next generation of innovative technologies from Apple, deliver the most compelling media experiences for your users, or leverage the open source and open standards approach of Apple's server solutions within your enterprise, then you definitely want to be at WWDC.
While such colorful talk should simply be regarded as pre-expo marketing hype... many users are looking to WWDC as a potential launching ground for new technologies from Apple.
Apple has already confirmed that a preview of their next major update to Mac OS X (Panther) will be shown, and many rumors hint that we will see more information regarding IBM's PowerPC 970 from Apple.