This is it, folks -- all of the rumor mongering and speculation has led to this day, the start of the 2012 Worldwide Developer Conference. Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off the week-long event with a keynote address bringing everyone up to speed on recent developments.
The iOS 6 banners went up in Moscone West on Friday afternoon, confirming that Apple will, at the very least, preview the next version of its mobile operating system to developers when WWDC 2012 kicks off today -- and you’ll probably be able to download it shortly thereafter.
Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off on Monday, June 11 with a keynote from CEO Tim Cook and friends, and in keeping with tradition, the banners are already going up outside of the Moscone Center in San Francisco ahead of the event.
Developers, start your engines: Apple has finally announced a date for its 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, where we’ll presumably get a peek at iOS 6 and perhaps even a near-final version of OS X Mountain Lion.
It won’t help you relive the late-night partying or hobnobbing with your peers, but developers partial to Apple can now access videos and slideshows from 109 different sessions at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference and relive the memories.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco didn’t just close up shop and go away after Monday’s keynote -- it’s in full swing for the groovy guys and gals who create the third-party Mac and iOS software we know and love, and a few of them even got awarded for that work on Tuesday night.
Let’s see, where’s that WWDC 2011 checklist? Oh, here it is. Apple issues press release confirming Steve Jobs keynote. Check! Secret “iCloud” plans outed. Check! And, Apple logos start going up at Moscone West. Check!
Is it that time already? Apple announced Monday morning that this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference will kick off in San Francisco on June 6, with the five-day event taking place at Moscone West as usual. So who’s excited?