- Apr 12, 2001
Apple's WWDC Pages have been updated with a block set aside for the WWDC Keynote address.
The 2007 Worldwide Developers Conference Keynote will take place on Monday morning, June 11th 2007 and start at 9am Pacific. According to the published schedule, the keynote is blocked off for a lengthy 3 hours (9am - 12pm).
No official announcement has yet been made, so this may simply be a rough timeframe. In the past, Apple's keynotes have been given by Steve Jobs starting at 10 am Pacific (2005, 2006) but have only run approximately one and a half hours.
Apple has promised a "near final" beta copy of Leopard to developers at WWDC 2007.
MacRumors intends to provide full coverage of the WWDC keynote, but without media access, coverage can be challenging. If you are planning to attend the WWDC keynote, and interested in helping provide live updates to the mac community, please contact us.