Apple has confirmed earlier today that it will be holding its annual third party developer event, Worldwide Developer Conference 2010, from the 7th to the 11th of June 2010 at the Moscone West Center.
Oddly enough, the Moscone Center calendar of event doesn't list the Apple WWDC 2010; tickets for the conference have already gone on sale at $1599 a pop and over the five days, 1000 Apple engineers will be mingling with over what Apple describes as "the world’s best and brightest developers".
The conference, whose tagline is the center of the app universe, is usually where Apple religiously releases its latest iPhone and this year shouldn't be any different although the whole Gizmodo Lost iPhone 4G episode will give an altogether different taste to the sessions.
Over the five days, participants will be invited to attend more than 100 technical sessions and hands-on labs based around five different themes; Application Frameworks, Core OS, Developer Tools, Graphics and Media, Internet And Web but surprisingly, nothing about mobile platform.
We reported two weeks ago that Apple would release the iPhone 4G at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on the 22nd of June; that's the same venue that saw the launch of the Apple iPad.