Sar Jobs to deliver WWDC's opening speech. Confirmation of what was taken for granted but never made official until now comes through a press release released today by Apple
"Apple – reads the document – will kick off the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with the opening speech given by Steve Jobs Monday June 7 at 10:00 am".
The communication continues with some information on the duration, content and number of registered developers: "This year's WWDC – Apple says – has sold out in a record time of eight days with over 5,000 developers. The five-day event, from 7 to 11 June, focused on providing advanced content for expert developers on five main technological themes: Application Frameworks; Internet & Web; Graphics & Media, Developer Tools; and Core OS. Apple engineers will hold over 100 solution-oriented technical sessions and labs. "
Jobs' return. Last year, due to liver disease and liver transplantation, he had been absent from WWDC; the inaugural speech had been given by Phil Schiller and Tony Fadell.
In the press release, of course, not a word, of course, on the news that the event should reserve but almost certainly that the event will introduce the iPhone Os 4.0 in its final version and the new iPhone "4G" (probably called HD) to the world.