Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) at WWDC
Apple has posted early program information about what developers will learn at the Worldwide Developer's Conference 2006.
Apple's intention to demo Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) at this year's WWDC has been no secret. Steve Jobs announced it last year at the WWDC 2005 Keynote, and Apple's BootCamp page indicated that "Developers can learn all about the sixth major release of Mac OS X [Leopard] this century at Apples Worldwide Developer Conference."
WWDC takes placed between August 7-11th of this year.
Join the thousands of Mac developers who will be attending WWDC 2006, and be one of the first to preview Mac OS X Leopard. Youll get the chance to explore the latest Mac tools and technologies, and to learn the advances that are keeping Mac OS X far, far ahead of the competition.
While the topics covered at WWDC are primarily developer-focused, in recent years, Apple's Keynote address has been targeted at developers and consumers alike. Last year, Apple first announced that they would be moving to Intel processors. This year, PowerMacs are rumored to be in the pipeline at or around WWDC in August.