Apple’s WWDC 2010 Start Date is 7th June in San Francisco

The big Apple event of the year, the Worldwide Developer Conference 2010 will open on the 7th of June in San Francisco at Moscone West, and will run for 5 days though to June the 11th reports the guys over at Gizmodo, see they aren’t holding any grudges yet over Apple bring in the cops over the iPhone 4G scandal.

The 5 day event will bring hands-on working labs for iPhone OS 4.0 along with Mac OS X core tech labs, and apparently the first ever iPad development sessions.

Apple senior VP of iPhone software, Scott Forstall had this to say… “WWDC provides a unique opportunity for developers to work side-by-side with Apple engineers and interface designers to make their iPhone and iPad apps even better.”

There is no mention though of whether Apple guru Steve Jobs will make a keynote or even if he will be present. Perhaps he’s busy personally writing out Gizmodo’s Jason Chen an invite?

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