Developers who attend Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2010 aren’t going to get stuck listening to a bunch of no-name vice presidents. Or if they do, they’ll at least hear from them in addition to one more important figure, as it’s been announced that Steve Jobs will deliver the keynote address.
Apple confirmed this fact with a press release this morning, thereby sending a sign that (a) the man responsible for Apple’s recent success is healthy and able to remain at the reins, and (b) one or more significant products or services is liable to be unveiled.
Anyway, Jobs should speak on Monday, June 7th at 10 AM, and Apple reiterated, “This year’s WWDC sold out in a record eight days to over 5,000 developers.”
We’ll be sure to report any important details for the sake of developers who won’t be attending.