More than 1,000 Apple engineers will lead technical sessions and interactive workshops during the five-day event kicking off in San Francisco today (6 June).
The aim of the conference, being held at San Francisco’s Moscone West from 6-10 June, is to showcase Apple’s latest innovations.
Steve Jobs will make a keynote address to at least 5,000 delegates when the conference launches at 10am in San Francisco (6pm UK time).
During the keynote speech, Jobs will launch the new Mac OS X Lion, iOs 5, and its new iCloud service.
Apple’s WWDC event has taken place at the Moscone Center West venue since 2003, when it moved from San Jose Convention Center, also in California.