Apple exec promises more depth at this year's WWDC by Jim Dalrymple, firstname.lastname@example.org May 1, 2002 2:35 pm ET ______________________________________________ "Apple announced in mid-April that the focus of this year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) would be the next version of Mac OS X, code-named Jaguar. Apple will be giving developers a closer look at Jaguar throughout the week and talking to them about the changes the update will bring to the OS. "One of the big things for us this year is the depth we will be going into on not only what is, but what will be with OS X, Richard Kerris, director of developer technologies at Apple, told MacCentral. "We will be showing Jaguar at the keynote and we'll be talking about a lot of the things that will be going on with that update." WWDC will see a focus on technologies at the heart of Mac OS X like OpenGL and Quartz. Kerris said that Apple is working to do things with Mac OS X that have never been done before. "We're going to be doing some things at the core level of the operating system that have never been done on any platform before," Kerris said. "Allowing this kind of capability to be used by all sorts of applications, we can only imagine what's going to happen over the next year as developers start to tap into the power of the things that they'll see in this update." _________________________________________________ QUESTION: what types of things might they be talking about????