WWDC07: 3-hour long keynote [UPDATE] 1h and a half
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Steve Jobs will make his 3-hour long keynote at WWDC07.
It starts at 9am WDC (6pm Paris time) on 11 June 2007.
Apple stated this week that Mac OS X Leopard will be delayed, and available in October. Meanwhile, a near-to-final version will be given to developers during the event, so that they will be able to develop on the new system.
Hence, this version has high probability to contain all famous secret features Jobs spoke about.
The keynote will be development-oriented.
For the event, the developer.apple.com Web site has been updated.
New material aimed to developers have been made available: Development guide, videos, code snipets, etc. All those to introduce to Leopard development.
[UPDATE] Apple just fixed the typo on their Web site. The keynote starts at 10AM for 1h and a half. This is a little bit short; for example the Final Cut Studio 2 keynote at NAD was 2 hours long.
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