WWDC 2010 Dates Officially Announced by Apple

by Brian on April 28, 2010

 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2010 has been officially announced by Apple and is being scheduled from June 7th through 11th at San Francisco’s Moscone West convention center. The five-day conference includes the iPad development sessions and hands-on working labs for iPhone OS 4, Mac OS X core technology labs and Apple design awards.

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The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is the premier technical conference for developers innovating with Apple technologies. Over 1,000 Apple engineers will be at Moscone West to present advanced coding and development techniques that will show you how to enhance the capabilities of your applications with the revolutionary technologies in iPhone OS and Mac OS X.

The conference will include technical sessions and hands-on labs for attendees, as well as other special events like there will be five iPad and five iPhone Apple Design Award winners to be announced at WWDC 2010. Registration for the conference is priced at $1599 only.

Much anticipated next iPhone 4G is expected to be unveiled during a keynote address by Steve Jobs, though the device has already been leaked by Gizmodo. The purported next iPhone 4G / HD was extensively reviewed and dismantled by Gizmodo before returning to Apple. Unluckily Gizmodo was only able to review its hardware part as the iPhone 4G was bricked by Apple remotely by mobileMe software. You may read the complete story here.

Based on reports of suspicious-looking bookings at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, the latest rumors pegged June 22 as the day when Apple might unveil its latest iPhone. Apple might have re-scheduled WWDC after the Gizmodo leaked the fourth generation iPhone.

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