Those Mac developers looking forward to attending this year’s Worldwide Developers’ Conference (WWDC) just got another reason to go.
Today Apple sent an e-mail to registered developers, offering them first cuts and the much-anticipated Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5) operating system. The e-mail says there will be a “feature complete” version of Leopard – ostensibly with all the as of yet unannounced features Steve Jobs alluded to when Leopard was first demoed.
To register, sign in to Apple’s developer site at: http://developer.apple.com/products/
The e-mail itself is in full below:
The Leopard beta. Available first at WWDC. At the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, we’re planning to show you a feature-complete version of Mac OS X Leopard, and you can take home a beta copy. Be the first to get your hands on the Leopard beta and get a huge head start on development. Register now for WWDC 2007—it’s your ticket to the future of Mac OS X.
WWDC 2007 will be held June 11-15 at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. Apple adds, “Early registration has been extended to May 11. Register now for WWDC 2007 and save $300 on the full admission price.”