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Apple announces dates for 2008 Developer Conference

Apple has announced the dates for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). This year’s event will be held June 9-13 in the Moscone Center in San Francisco, and for the first time ever, will feature sessions for developers building native applications for the iPhone using the SDK. iPhone sessions scheduled for the event include “Get Started,” “Build Powerful Applications,” “Integrate the Technologies of iPhone,” “Create Engaging Media Experiences,” “Target the Web,” and more. As Apple has stated that iPhone software 2.0 will be released in June, it is possible that should Apple CEO Steve Jobs give a keynote address, the new software would be featured prominently.

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