Worldwide Developers Conference 2005 (or WWDC 2005) is the 16th annual conference that was hosted by Apple Computer from June 6 to 10, 2005 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, USA. The main focus of WWDC 2005 was the Intel transition.
The following was announced during the keynote event at WWDC 2005:
All times are in Pacific Standard Time (PST).
- 09:43: Doors have already opened.
- 13:02: .Mac is down for maintenance
- 13:04: Apple CEO Steve Jobs is now on stage.
- 13:14: Podcasting to form part of new iTunes.
- 13:18: QuickTime 7 for Windows is out.
- 13:30: Leopard is the next release. Apple will switch to Intel in 2006-2007.
- 13:35: Apple secretly maintained an Intel version of every previous release of Mac OS X.
- 13:40: Xcode 2.1 to be released.
- 13:50: Rosetta: emulator to run PowerPC apps on Intel Macs.
- 14:00: Apple "world's most innovative computer company", says Intel
- 14:05: Keynote over.
- Apple WWDC 2005: Keynote Address at Apple (QuickTime required, archived 2005-06-15)
- WWDC 2005 Keynote Live Update by Peter Cohen and Jason Snell at Macworld (2005-06-05)
- A Brief History of Apple’s WWDC Keynotes, 1997-Present p.2 by Harry McCracken at Time (2012-06-11)
- Worldwide Developers Conference 2005 at Wikimedia Commons
- Apple Worldwide Developers Conference: 2000s at Wikipedia