For those that do not know the WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) which occurs every year, held by Apple, has also become one of the most hotly anticipated technology events of the year. Today the company announced their schedule for the event which takes place in California next week.
The event will begin with a keynote address starting Monday at 10:00 a.m. Here Apple will take the wraps off their new offerings, from their cloud service, iCloud to their latest generation software Lion, which is the eighth Mac OS X release. They will also unveil their most advanced mobile operating system for iDevices, iOS 5.
The schedule was revealed in the article at Apple.com also says the event features over 100 technical sessions. These sessions will be presented for Mac developers and mobile developers by Apple engineers so they can learn how to develop the Mac OS X Lion applications and explore different ways of enhancing the functionality of the iOS.
Check out the full article for more details and information about the WWDC event and Apple’s schedule for it by clicking the link above.
Are you looking forward to the event?
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