Steve Jobs keynotes WWDC 2008

Apple today confirmed Steve Jobs will lead the WWDC keynote on June 9 in San Francisco.

Jobs will lead a team of Apple execs in the keynote speech, which is still widely expected to be the launch point for the next-generation iPhone.

The company is promising 150 in-depth sessions and labs on Mac and iPhone development, fully exploring the capabilities of the iPhone SDK and the App Store.

Developers can look forward to sessions exploring all the iPhone features, with the company admitting “geographical location technology” to be one of the session segments.

The Multi-Touch interface, Core OS, Service and Media and Cocoa Touch technologies will also be explored at the event.

Mac developer sessions will explore every level of the system, including interface design and implementation, application frameworks, security, localization and networking.


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