Apple Computer Inc. on Tuesday unveiled details of its upcoming
Worldwide Developers Conference
(WWDC) being held in San Francisco, CA, from June 28 – July 2, 2004. The annual conference, hosted by Apple, gives developers a chance to meet with Apple engineers and get an idea of the roadmap Apple will follow over the next twelve months.
Content tracks at this year’s conference include Application Technologies; Development Tools; Enterprise IT; Graphics and Media; Hardware Technologies; OS Foundations; and QuickTime Digital Media.
The last couple of developer conferences have been fairly big spectacles for Apple CEO Steve Jobs. In May 2002, Jobs officially declared Mac OS 9 dead for developers as he introduced Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar as the future of Apple’s operating systems.
Last year Jobs upped the ante by unveiling the long-awaited Power Mac G5 and showing off the next major revision to the company’s operating system, Mac OS X 10.3 Panther.
More information on WWDC content tracks and registration can be found on Apple’s developer Web site.