Registration kiosks at Moscone Center for WWDC 2005.

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.

Announcements

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Apple WWDC 2005 - The Intel Switch Revealed

The following was announced during the keynote event at WWDC 2005:[1]
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 to 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.

Keynote video

The WWDC 2005 keynote video was posted on June 6, 2005: (click below to watch)

References

  1. Live from WWDC: Steve Jobs keynote by Peter Rojas, Engadget. 2005-06-06.

External links

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