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Steve Jobs To Keynote Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference

The address will be a highlight of the five-day, 150-session conference, which will feature a showing of a complete version of the Mac OS X Leopard.

W. David Gardner

May 2, 2007

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Apple developers will have to pay $1,595 -- more than the price of a new Apple Mac computer -- to hear CEO Steve Jobs deliver a keynote address at the firm's Worldwide Developers Conference June 11.

Announced Tuesday, the address will be a highlight of the five-day, 150-session conference, which will feature a showing of a complete version of the Mac OS X Leopard. The operating system was delayed briefly last month while the firm concentrated on getting its iPhone ready for June shipment.

Apple has been on a roll recently with the success of its computers that can run both the Mac OS and Windows. The developers conference at Moscone West center in San Francisco will cover a wide variety of subjects ranging from animation integration and motion graphics to a special "Mac OS X Immersion Monday" designed for developers new to the Mac.

"Apple plans to show developers a feature complete version of MAC OS X Leopard and give them a beta copy to take home for final testing," the firm's announcement stated. The Leopard OS is scheduled for widespread delivery in October.

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