Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off early Monday morning in San Francisco. It's the company's annual tradition of gathering its developers to provide training sessions, networking opportunities, and most importantly--introduce new products and services.
This year's edition is no different, except for the fact that Apple has already played its hand. Earlier this week, the company announced that CEO Steve Jobs would be taking the wraps off iCloud, a new "cloud services offering," as well as new versions of the Mac OS and iOS. By comparison Apple merely said that Jobs was keynoting last … Read more