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.

WWDC 2010

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

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.

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