Apple WWDC 2007 – Steve Jobs Keynote Podcast Preview – Show us Leopard, the iPhone and one more thing!

June 9th, 2007 |
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The Apple WWDC 2007 keynote with Steve Jobs is this Monday, June 11 at Moscone Center in San Francisco. Be sure to come to PodTech where, as like last year, you can start listening to the Apple WWDC Steve Jobs Keynote podcast before Steve Jobs finishes speaking. The keynote begins at 10am.

In this keynote preview, Rio Pesino and Kevin Edwards discuss what’s likely to occur: iPod sales figures, iPhone sales estimates, Macintosh market share increases, and a Apple TV status update.

Leopard (OS X 10.5) will likely be demonstrated in greater detail, and we hope will feature ZFS in addition to previously announced features.

Also in this podcast is a round up of rumors and speculation about Apple opening up the iPhone to developers and possibly a huge initiative for developers for Apple gamming.

Speaking of developers, developers, developers… how much stage time will Microsoft’s new head of Mac development (MacBU), Craig Eisler, get to show Office 2008 if .Mac will be including all kinds of competitive Google apps?

For more updates from the rumor mill as well as other sites expecting to provide text and photo updates, check out: AppleInsider, Mac Rumors, Think Secret, MacDailyNews, and Mac Observer.


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