Review the Development Process of Apple via 11 Years of WWDC

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WWDC is the gathering place for thousands of Apple developers annually. 11 years has passed by since the first WWDC debuted, during which it changed a lot and witnessed a lot. Many major products of Apple are i.ntroduced and widely used, like iPhone, Mac Pro, Mac OS X, iOS and more. Now let us have a look back of the 11 years of WWDC.

In 2002, Apple released the OS X 10.2 (Jaguar) and QuickTime 6 on WWDC.

WWDC 2002

In 2003, Apple unveiled the OS X 10.3(Panther), Safari 1.0, iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD and iChat app.

WWDC 2003

In 2004, Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) showed face to us.

WWDC 2004

In 2005, the biggest sensation is the adoption of Intel processor and the appearance of OS X 10.5 (Leopard)

WWDC 2005

In 2006, Mac Pro is invented to replace Mac G5. It supports 64 bit application. TimeMachine, BootCamp, FrontRow and more have been added to Leopard.

WWDC 2006

The first generation of iPhone is released in Jan 2007.

WWDC 2007

In 2008, Apple launched SDK for the third party and iPhone 3G came out as well.

WWDC 2008

In 2009, iPhone 3GS and iOS 3.0 was first put in front of us.

WWDC 2009

In 2010, Jobs himself released the last iPhone product – iPhone 4 and announced the facetime function.

WWDC 2010

In 2011, Jobs made his last Apple's Keynote Speech. OS X 10.7 (Lion), iOS 5 and iCloud emerged.

WWDC 2011

The WWDC last year, Apple launched MacBook Pro with Retina Display and MacBook Air. At this WWDC, iOS 6 showed us freshly with Facebook, Passbook and Apple Map.

WWDC 2012

When it comes to 2013, iOS 7 is paid much attention, which is the first stage pose since Jony Ive took over iOS designer instead of Scott Forstall. Hearsay comes like that flater design style may be adopted, and OS X 10.9, MacPro and Mac Air with Retina Display may be announced.

WWDC 2013