Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2007 (or WWDC 2007 or WWDC07) was a computer conference that was hosted by Apple Inc. for its developers at the Moscone Center's West Hall in San Francisco, California. It was Apple's 20th annual Worldwide Developers Conference, held from June 11 to 15, 2007.
Jobs presented a feature-complete beta of Mac OS X Leopard, even though its release date had been pushed back to October. Jobs announced that a version of Safari, Apple's proprietary web browser, had been created for Windows, and that a beta release was being made available online that same day. Apple also announced support for third-party development of the then-upcoming iPhone via online web applications running in Safari on the handset. The announcement implied that Apple, at least for the time being, had no plans to release an iPhone software development kit (SDK), meaning that developers must use standard web protocols.
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- WWDC07 at Apple Developer Connection (archived 2007-05-30, 2007-07-02)
- WWDC08: Special Events (archived 2008-12-01)
- WWDC 2007 at iMore (2014-07-03)
- A Brief History of Apple’s WWDC Keynotes, 1997-Present p.2 by Harry McCracken at Time (2012-06-11)
- Worldwide Developers Conference 2007 at Wikimedia Commons
- Apple Worldwide Developers Conference: 2000s at Wikipedia