Apple has finally announced the dates for their Worldwide Developers Conference 2009 (WWDC 2009). Like every year, the WWDC for Apple's Mac platform developers takes place in the first or second week of June. This year, the WWDC 2009 will take place from June 8 to June 12 at Moscone Center, West, San Francisco. All eyes will be on Apple; one half is expecting CEO Steve Jobs to show up and the other half is not expecting him to.
Last year, Apple CEO Steve Jobs had shared a note about his absence due to health issues. So, Apple would be expecting Steve Jobs's return only at the end of June. Now, with the WWDC 2009 held in the first half of June, it's unlikely that Steve Jobs will show up.
WWDC is the conference where technical sessions, hands-on lab sessions with Apple engineers, and other special events take place. Apple's chief agenda this WWDC would be to focus on the upcoming Mac OS X Snow Leopard and iPhone OS 3.0 announced earlier this month.
Thus, finally, we'll get to see a preview of what's new in the Snow Leopard. Also, expect the final release of the iPhone OS 3.0 update for iPhone and iPod Touch, or may be earlier than that. Other rumors about a hardware-updated iPhone or iPod Touch, touchscreen Tablet, or netbook are bound to spin.
Stay tuned to know what's doing the rounds on the rumor mills till the WWDC 2009 arrives.