Worldwide Developers Conference 2004 (or WWDC 2004) was a computer conference that was hosted by Apple Computer for its developers at the Moscone Center's West Hall in San Francisco, California. It was Apple's 15th annual Worldwide Developers Conference, held from June 28 to July 2, 2004.

Attendance

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Apple WWDC 2004

Apple CEO Steve Jobs noted that 3,500 developers attended, a 17% increase from WWDC 2003. All attendees received a developer preview of Mac OS X Tiger, a grey T-shirt with the Apple logo on the front and "WWDC 2004" on the back, a backpack with room to hold a 17-inch PowerBook, and a copy of Apple Remote Desktop 2.0.

Announcements

New displays were introduced in 23 and 30-inch widescreen sizes. Mac OS X Tiger (10.4) and Xsan were previewed. iTunes 4.9 (the first version with integrated podcast support) was demoed by Jobs.

Other events

The band Jimmy Eat World performed live at the Apple campus at 1 Infinite Loop, after attendees were taken there by bus from Moscone West.

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