The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference is the once a year chance for Apple developers to dive deep into a full range of the Mac OS X technologies. This year, that includes preview coverage of Mac OS X Leopard. There are over 100 sessions and more than 35 labs spanning five technical tracks: Application Technologies, Graphics and Media, Development Tools, OS Foundations, Information Technologies. More than 175 sessions and labs are planned in all.
So what does that mean to you?
Generally, Apple makes product announcements during the conference that set the stage for the remaining part of the year. Since Apple stopped the summer MacWorld Expo conference, this is it's opportunity to let us know the direction of the product line for the all important Christmas shopping season. If rumors have it right, we will see the first showing of Mac OSX 10.5 Leopard Also rumors say we may see introduction of the final PowerPC to Intel conversion, the PowerMac (Likely to be called the MacPro).
So keep your eyes open on the morning of August 7th for Possible Exciting Apple news. It is likely to be an exciting ride.