Apple to Showcase Mac OS X Leopard and OS X iPhone Development Platforms at WWDC 2008
Apple today announced that a team of Apple executives, led by CEO Steve Jobs, will kick off the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote address beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, June 9, 2008 at San Francisco's Moscone West. This year's WWDC will showcase two development platforms: the innovations of OS X Leopard and OS X iPhone, claimed to be world's most advanced mobile operating system.
The five-day WWDC event, which runs from June 9 to June 13, will feature the first ever iPhone track for mobile developers with in-depth sessions and hands-on labs to fully explore the capabilities of the OS X iPhone 2.0 software, including the iPhone SDK and the App Store, a way for developers to wirelessly deliver their applications to iPhone and iPod touch users.
The iPhone track will also enable mobile developers to work side by side with Apple engineers to create applications that leverage iPhone's Multi-Touch user interface, animation technology, rich set of APIs, including programming interfaces for Core OS, Core Services, Media and Cocoa Touch technologies, built-in three axis accelerometer and geographical location technology.
This year's Mac track will give newcomers and seasoned veterans alike the technical foundation and techniques needed to develop world-class OS X Leopard applications with sessions that discuss every level of the system, including interface design and implementation, application frameworks, security, localization and networking.
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