“Apple Inc’s annual developer gathering is currently scheduled to take place during the second week of June, nearly two months earlier than last year’s event,” Prince McLean reports for AppleInsider.
“People familiar with the conference planning say the Cupertino-based Mac maker has reserved the dates of June 10th through the 15th for the event, with a keynote presentation by chief executive Steve Jobs slated for Monday the 11th,” McLean reports.
McLean reports, “Last year’s World Wide Developers Conference took place during the second week of August. It gave way to the first public demonstration of Leopard, new Xeon Xserves, and the quad-core Mac Pro workstation.”
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