Apple announces WWDC 2010 – June 7th to 11th, 2010

Apple has announced the dates and plans for the World Wide Developers Conference, and its going to be from June 7th to June 11th, 2010 at San Francisco. One of the main focus this time would be the new generation of the Apple iPhone.

The Apple World Wide Developers Conference is held every year, in or around Summer and it has many iPhone and Mac developers working on the apps and developments, and display their works hands-on, explaining the working of the apps. Hundreds of Apple developers and engineers would be there at the Moscone West Center to demonstrate the apps and other developments.

This time, the WWDC concentrates on 5 aspects –

  1. Application Frameworks: Implementing Local and Push Notifications; Future Proofing Your App; Understanding Foundation; What’s New in Foundation for iPhone OS 4; Advanced Cocoa® Text Tips and Tricks; API Design for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch®; Advanced Gesture Recognition; Integrating Ads with iAd; Building a Server-driven Personalized User Experience; Using Core Location in iPhone OS 4; and Calendar Integration with Event Kit.
  2. Internet & Web: Delivering Audio and Video Using Web Standards; Getting the Most Out of Safari® Integrated Developer Tools; Using HTML5 Local Data Storage; Adding Touch and Gesture Detection to Webpages on iPhone OS; and Creating Info Graphics with Standard Web Technologies.
  3. Graphics & Media: OpenGL ES Tuning & Optimization; OpenGL ES Shading & Advanced Rendering; OpenGL ES Overview for iPhone OS; OpenGL for Mac OS X; Game Design and Development for iPhone OS; Introduction to Game Center; Setting Up Games on Game Center; Game Center Techniques; Core Animation in Practice; Discovering AV Foundation; Editing Media with AV Foundation; and Advances in HTTP Live Streaming.
  4. Developer Tools: Developer Tools Overview; Designing Apps with Interface Builder; Working Effectively with Objective-C® on iPhone OS; Mastering Core Data; Advanced Objective-C and Garbage Collection Techniques; Advanced Performance Analysis with Instruments; Mastering Xcode for iPhone Development; and Adopting Multitasking on iPhone OS.
  5. Core OS: Network Apps for iPhone OS; Core OS Networking; Creating Secure Apps; Developing Apps that Work with iPhone OS Accessories; I/O Kit Device Drivers for Mac OS X; and Simplifying Networking Using Bonjour®.

Steve Jobs would be displaying the actual new generation of iPhone, although many ideas, designs and prototypes have been rumored around. Some rumored features include a front camera for video conferencing, 960 x 640 pixels display, and along with the latest OS rumors, it might be including multitasking, folders and much more.

Many more announcements and releases are expected, in the OS of Mac, apart from the iPod and iPhone.

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