“Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference(WWDC)”:http://developer.apple.com/wwdc/ this year will be held from June 7 to 11 at San Francisco’s Moscone West. As the image above shows, the focus will be on iPhone OS 4 and iPhone apps development. With iPad already out in the market, this WWDC will have its first iPad development sessions and hands-on working labs for iPhone® OS 4, as well as Mac OS® X core technology labs.
As mentioned by John Gruber – the focus will be on the iPhone OS, less on the Mac:
bq. The focus is heavily iPhone OS centric. There are some Mac OS X developer sessions and labs, but not many. (Translation: Mac OS X 10.7 is not going to be announced this year.) The IT track appears to be gone. Looking at the session list, one could argue that this year’s WWDC is an iPhone OS developers conference, not an Apple developers conference. Look no further than this year’s Apple Design Awards, which will only honor iPhone and iPad apps — no category for Mac apps.
With the background of the legal wranglings over the stolen-iPhone going on, the possibility of the announcement of the new iPhone is unclear as there wasn’t an announcement of the expected keynote address by Steve Jobs, but we can still hope. Let us know if you’re going!