Apple worldwide developers conference roundup

Plenty of Mac OS X revelations are due at this week's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California

News

Apple retreats on gaming tools at WWDC Sources say Apple is cutting down on its Game Sprockets APIs and turning most gaming hooks back over to third-party developers -- raising compatibility concerns Thu, 18 May 2000

Sources: Apple shows off dual-G4 Mac During a closed-door conference at WWDC, the company reportedly stopped short of officially announcing a multiprocessor Mac. Wed, 17 May 2000

Developers size up state of Mac OS X Reactions among attendees of the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference keynote speech ranged from anger to cautious optimism as Apple announced that this summer's release will be a public beta, not a shrink-wrapped package Wed, 17 May 2000

Metrowerks preps Carbon CodeWarrior The Mac development environment will go on display at this week's Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. Tue, 16 May 2000

Jobs: Final Mac OS X held until 2001 It was due this summer, but now Apple's next-generation OS will only be seen in a public beta, CEO Steve Jobs tells developers.Tue 16 2000

Comment

Gate-crashing Apple's WWDC: For Mac news, the annual developers show is the holy of holies. But this year's model offered limited thrills and chills. And who better to bring you all the Apple news and gossip -- Matthew Rothenberg...

Looks count: Having introduced design sense to the realm of PC hardware, Apple is preparing to repeat the trick in software with its next-generation operating system. Go with Andreas Pfeiffer for the news comment at AnchorDesk UK.

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