What You Can Expect At WWDC 2010

The Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) is just a few days away now. This year the expectations from the WWDC event are higher than before. The Gizmodo/iPhone 4G fiasco has already publicized the launch ofwwdc10_sold-out-badge the iPhone 4G/HD. This is the first time, that we have an idea of the specifications of the iPhone to be released by Apple. Apple has been known to keep its product under wraps before they officially announce it, but this time they have failed miserably. Thanks to the numerous leaks, we know that the iPhone 4G/HD will once again set the bar high so high, that other phone manufacturers will struggle to catch up. It was earlier rumoured that Steve Ballmer will be present at the WWDC event, but this news has been denied by Microsoft in a tweet.

This year, the WWDC will kick off with a keynote address from CEO Steve Jobs himself! More than 5000 developers are expected to visit the WWDC event this year. Besides the launch of the iPhone 4G/HD, we also expect a new generation of the iPod Touch from Apple. The iPod Touch prototype that leaked in Vietnam earlier this year, does indicate that the iPod touch will have a camera. Along with the two iDevices mentioned above, we also expect Apple to release a new Beta or maybe the final version of the upcoming iPhone 4 OS. Hopefully, Apple will also release the 10.6.4 update for Mac OS X. The 10.6.3 update for OS X, increased the boot-up times, and caused performance issues for many people.

According to Apple, this year the WWDC event will focus on five key technology tracks: Application Frameworks; Internet & Web; Graphics & Media; Developer Tools; and Core OS.This year, the WWDC event is being held at San Francisco. The event will start from June 7th and will continue until the 11th of June. The event will start from 10 AM local time, with a keynote from Steve Jobs. Here is the link to the special events to be held at the WWDC event. To watch the Steve Jobs keynote online, click here

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Apple’s biggest developer conference called Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2010 will be held between June 7th to June 11th at the Moscone West Center in San Francisco.

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WWDC is an event a 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.

Developers will learn technologies to create apps for the MAC OS X, and at this event. However, there are also several keynotes from key personalities where huge announcements are made.

At this years WWDC 2010, Apple CEO Steve Jobs will open the conference with a keynote. This in itself makes the conference more interesting, however, there will be lot of more keynotes and announcements which is bound to take the tech world by storm.

Over 5000 developers will be part of the event, however, if you are not going to be part of the event, we will be covering the event live. There will be several other resources where you can watch the Apple WWDC 2010 event online live.

Links to the event will posted before the event starts, so bookmark this page or subscribe to our RSS feeds to learn more about the event and ways to watch the WWDC 2010 event live online.

Update: Mac Rumors has a live page for streaming the events which you can visit at Mac Rumors Live. You can also catch up the action live at Engadget Live in addition to live updates from Gdgt at http://live.gdgt.com/. Mac Observer also has a live blog where they will post updates on the event, you can visit it here. You can also follow the action live on by following @macrumorslive.

We will also be live blogging the event, so stay tuned for updates at our live blogging page at http://techie-buzz.com/live.

Update: Live Streaming video is available at Ustream, click  here for video updates of WWDC 2010.

Steve Jobs To Start WWDC 2010 With Keynote

With the Google I/O conference over, it is now time to turn our attention to the biggest Apple developer conference at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2010 which will begin on June 7th.

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The 5 day even which runs from June 7th to June11th will be attended by 5000 developers from all over the world and sold out quickly enough.

However, the best part of this year’s WWDC 2010 is that Steve Jobs will be doing the keynote address on Monday, June 7th at 10:00 am. Expect a lot of new introductions in the event, possibly the 4G and the iPhone OS 4.0.

The WWDC even is focused on providing advanced content for skilled developers including Application Frameworks, Internet & Web; Graphics & Media; Developer Tools; and Core OS. This year Apple engineer will deliver over 100 solution-oriented technical session and labs.

Steve Jobs taking over the conference with a keynote signifies a lot as the Apple CEO is known to weave magic whenever on stage, so this should definitely be a really exciting news for several people who would tune in to view the conference.

Details about WWDC 2010 can be found at http://developer.apple.com/wwdc/.

We will definitely be tuned to what Steve Jobs will be saying and will be live blogging the events and keynotes come June 7th. Don’t forget to join in and share your views with us.

Apple WWDC Conference To Be Held On June 7th

All around the globe, Apple fans eagerly wait for the WWDC event. Apple has had a history of announcing many of its new products or a refresh of their existing line up of their iGadgets at the WWDC. Last year at WWDC, Apple hadApple introduced Snow Leopard and the iPhone 3GS. Earlier, it was expected that the World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) from Apple would be held on 22nd June. But Today, Apple announced that the WWDC 2010 will be held on June 7 and continue until June 11.

“This year’s WWDC offers developers in-depth sessions and hands-on working labs to learn more about iPhone OS 4, the world’s most advanced mobile operating system,” said Scott Forstall, Apple’s senior vice president of iPhone Software. “WWDC provides a unique opportunity for developers to work side-by-side with Apple engineers and interface designers to make their iPhone and iPad apps even better.”

Thanks to the huge iPhone 4G or iPhoneHD fiasco, users already know about the new upcoming iPhone inside out. The five-day event will also include iPad application development sessions and a hands-on session on the iPhone OS 4.


WWDC 2009 Live Keynote and Audio Streaming

The biggest Apple event of the year is live in San Francisco, expect some great announcements for this year.

If you are looking to catch up with the Live keynotes and audio streaming, here are some resources that will help you catch up with everything going on at WWDC 2009.

The event starts at 10 AM Pacific time from June 8th to June 12th, so expect a lot of announcements from Apple

Live Streaming of WWDC 2009

You can watch the live streaming of WWDC 2009 below.

WWDC Live Keynote and Live Blogging

Here are some folks who will be doing live keynotes and live blogging of the event.

If you are user you can follow all the event updates by following @macrumors and  @arswwdc, we will bring you some updates and highlights ourselves too so keep tuned.

Watch Live Keynote

Apple announces iPhone 3G version for $199

It’s been a busy day for the folks at Apple at the WWDC conference and one of the biggest news that was already rumored for past few days has finally become a reality.

Apple has finally released a cheaper version of iPhone in US and other markets which will be available for $199 for the 8GB version and $2999 $299 for the 16GB version.

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