WWDC or the Worldwide Developer Conference is a conference held annually by Apple. It is primarily used to show Apple's new software and technologies for developers. Here are the highlights of every conference held since 2001.
In the same year, Steve Jobs released the revolutionary iPod.
Apple also told the developers that there will be no more Mac OS 9. The future of Mac was about Mac OS X.
Apple previewed the iTunes 4.9 as well as the Mac OS X Tiger.
Jobs also introduced the Mac Mini and the iPod nano in the same year.
Apple announced the beta version of the Mac OS 10.5
Apple introduced the iPhone 3GS.
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