Apple has released details on the session tracks offered at the Worldwide Developers Conference running from June 11 to June 15. There are six tracks: Leopard Innovations, Mac OS X Essentials, Developer Tools, Information Technologies, Graphics and Imaging, and Content and Media. Spanning these six tracks will be over 100 sessions.
Rumours continue to swirl that the WWDC will feature some iPhone announcements but the only response from Ron Okamoto, Apple’s vice president of worldwide developer relations, was “We’ve announced it’s releasing in June, and we’re not saying anymore about it.”
Hopefully, attendees will get to see either the release of Leopard or the iPhone – or even better both.