Appleâ€™s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) will go on as scheduled June 11-15, 2007 and yes, Steve Jobs will keynote the event at the Moscone West center in San Francisco, CA. No surprise there, as CEO Jobs has been doing that since the time of Moses.
But for Apple to have to confirm that tickles some overly sensitive antennas. Is he suffering from some secret illness, or has he gotten moody with age that he might not anymore do what heâ€™s always done for ages?
Anyways, the WWDC show goes on and Jobsâ€™ keynote will take place at 10am on Monday, June 11. Apple is expected to present what it calls a â€œfeature completeâ€ version of Mac OS X v.10.5 Leopard, whose shipment date has been pushed back to October 2007.
The five-day WWDC brings together thousands of Apple developers (who will be paying $1300 to $1600 per head) from all corners of the globe to participate in more than 150 sessions and labs to help them understand the new technology presented in Leopard (What, Leopard is that complicated? I donâ€™t think so).