In an article by Baltimore Sun’s David Zeiler, WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) may land on the second week of June this year. Zeiler goes on to explain while looking at Moscone West’s schedule there was a generic entry for “Corporate meeting” in late May. A few days later that entry disappeared but a new […]
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WWDC on Second Week of June?

In an article by Baltimore Sun’s David Zeiler, WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) may land on the second week of June this year. Zeiler goes on to explain while looking at Moscone West’s schedule there was a generic entry for “Corporate meeting” in late May. A few days later that entry disappeared but a new one popped up for June 6-12. Apple normally holds WWDC in June, although it has been held as early as May, and as late as August.

Zeiler also goes as far as to make a prediction as to when Snow Leopard, the next major installment of OS X, will be released. June 8 is his guess. This would fall in line with Apple’s statement at last years WWDC of Snow Leopard shipping “in about a year.”

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