Apple has released the
daily session grids for the upcoming Worldwide Developer Conference, which runs June 23-27 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.
Monday’s sessions include a keynote address (10:30 am – 12:00 pm) and a “Mac OS X State of the Union” speech (2:00 pm – 3:30 pm). No word on who will deliver each speech, although Apple CEO Steve Jobs has usually handled the keynote, and Phil Schiller, Apple’s vice president of worldwide product marketing, is a likely candidate for the Mac OS X talk.
Conference tracks for WWDC 2003 include Enterprise IT; Apple Developer Tools; Application Frameworks; Core OS; Hardware; and Graphics and Imaging. This year will also see QuickTime Live, normally held as a separate show in Beverly Hills, California, rolled into WWDC. Early bird registration is US$1,295 through May 23. After that, it will be $1,595.
Apple is also offering a “Getting Started” bundle that includes a WWDC ticket and an Apple Developer Connection (ADC) Select Membership. The cost is $1,695 until May 23 and $1,995 afterward.
WWDC will also be home to the Exhibit Fair, which will have its grand opening on Monday, June 23, at 5:00 pm. In this area, developers will showcase their newest products that support Mac OS X and other Apple technologies.