The Keynote at Apple’s WWDC Not Delivered By Jobs


Steve Jobs Not Expected to Deliver Keynote at WWDC A top list of Apple executives have been asked to speak at the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), but there’s a good chance there will be no sign of Steve Jobs, as he is still on sick leave. Instead of Jobs, a top team of Apple executives led by Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice-president of worldwide product marketing, will deliver the much-anticipated keynote speech. As expected, coming to this year’s WWDC, the hand-selected executives from Apple will be focusing on covering in-depth information on what Apple deems the most advanced mobile operating system (OS) in the world, the iPhone OS 3.0. They will…

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