Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference 2009 will take place June 8?12 in San Francisco's Moscone West convention center, the company announced today. Engadget notes that last year's WWDC marked the unveiling of the iPhone 3G, so if there's going to be a new iPhone at all this year, the chances are excellent that this will be the place to announce it.
WWDC events will span technical sessions, hands-on labs, and other fun stuff, with three tracks for attendees: iPhone, Mac, and IT. (You know the one we?re most interested in.) Beyond cell phones, other rumors making the rounds revolve around Steve Jobs using the event to mark his return from medical leave, and the appearance of the much-anticipated Snow Leopard operating system, complete with revised interface.
Who needs General Hospital, with drama and anticipation this high? I?m totally hooked, and can't wait to see how these developments shake out.
If you?re planning to go, please, please register early. This is sure to sell out quickly. Attendance is $1295 pre-April 24th, and $1595 after. The website, which was reported to work, was down when I checked. (Maybe an onslaught of traffic today brought it down? Who knows?) But if you?re persistent, you can try periodically to see if it gets back up and running. Good luck!