Apple announced on Tuesday that new software will be launched at the WWDC, which begins June 6.
For the launch of these new versions, the Apple CEO will make his second public appearance since the beginning of his leave in January.
Steve Jobs will inaugurate next Monday, June 6, the Worldwide Apple Developers Conference (WWDC).
The Cupertino company has officially announced in a statement that it will launch on this occasion the eighth edition of the operating system Mac OS X 10.7, code named “Lion”, but also iOS 5, the latest version for iPad or iPhone. Also, the digital service icloud might also be unveiled during the same event.
Apple’s web site hosts a page that details the features of Lion, which will include full screen app viewing, a feature called Mission Control that will give the user “a bird’s-eye view of everything — including Dashboard and full-screen apps — all in one place” , auto saving of work and more.