Yeah, this is a little early, but we're Apple zealots, remember? Apple has confirmed that Steve Jobs will once again keynote the Worldwide Developers Conference this August, where he will unveil the next major update to Mac OS X, Leopard. As of yet, hard details on how Leopard will improve all of our lives are scant. There have been rumors that a BitTorrent client will come with the OS, which must please the RIAA+MPAA and ISPs to no end.
The WWDC keynote address is scheduled for August 7. Since this is a conference primarily aimed at developers, don't expect too many exciting consumer-related announcements. Now, where's the Video iPod?
Apple execs to preview "Leopard" at WWDC [Apple Insider]