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Apple WWDC 2009 keynote to be Schiller, not Jobs

Apple WWDC 2009 keynote to be Schiller, not Jobs

Tickets are all sold out, but if you were headed to Apple's WWDC next month in the hope of seeing Steve Jobs take to the stage, prepare for disappointment.  Apple have confirmed that Philip Schiller, senior VP of worldwide product marketing, will be delivering the WWDC09 keynote, while the rest of the week will offer more details and demonstrations of OS X Snow Leopard and iPhone OS 3.0.

Apple WWDC 2009 Dates announced: June 8-12

Apple WWDC 2009 Dates announced: June 8-12

Apple sent out an email and is advertising on their Developer Connection page inviting registrations for the next World Wide Developers Conference at Moscone West conference center in San Francisco California.  The dates are June 8th through June 12th. WWDC has historically been an event in which Apple (and usually Jobs himself) has revealed big software announcements, since the focus of WWDC is software rather than hardware.

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WWDC 2008 Keynote Transcript

WWDC 2008 Keynote Transcript

The WWDC 2008 keynote is over and If you missed our live cast you can read it on this post.

07:17 am Vincent Nguyen: Onsite at Moscone West! The line outside is packed with attendees. Press registration starts at 8am.

WWDC 2008 – iPhone 3G advert!

WWDC 2008 – iPhone 3G advert!

If you've been following our livecast of the WWDC 2008 Keynote, you'll know that Steve Jobs loved the new iPhone 3G advert so much, he played it twice!  Check out the video after the cut, exclusively shot in San Francisco just fifteen minutes ago!

WWDC 2008 – 3G iPhone revealed!

WWDC 2008 – 3G iPhone revealed!

This will likely come as a shock to no one, but Steve Jobs just announced the next-generation of the iPhone. As expected, this upgraded model will be the 3G version that everyone has been anticipating. As you already know, our own Vincent is attending the show and feeding us all of the juicy details. Read on for features, specs and everything else you've been dying to know.

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WWDC 2008 – iPhone Application Store

WWDC 2008 – iPhone Application Store

The new Application Store is going to be available in 62 countries when it goes live. One of the best parts about this whole store is that developers are going to be keeping most of the money for the applications they develop. For paid downloads, there will be a 70/30 split in revanue, with no money charged for free downloads.

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WWDC 2008 – Apple talks background application support for the iPhone

WWDC 2008 – Apple talks background application support for the iPhone

Now they've moved on to discussing one of the most-requested features from developers is a way to track whether or not someone is using an application. Apple notes that one of the solutions is to allow for backgroud processes. While that would seem appealing (Windows Mobile has been doing this), it is actually terrible for your battery life. Don't worry though, Apple does have a solution.

Apple has created a push notification service which will be distributed to all developers. Essentially the iPhone will keep a steady connection to the Apple servers. When you quit an application, updates are shuffled from the server to your iPhone.

We won't be seeing this functionality until September, however, developers should be getting their hands on this very soon.