Steve Jobs, Apple chief executive, is getting a break from medical leave on Monday to take the chair over the opening of the annual conference of the company for software developers.
In a break from normal practice of the Apple of mantling its occasions in an air of mystery, the California device-manufacturer this time exposed prior to time what it plans to proclaim at the occasion in San Francisco.
Jobs and more executives will reveal the next generation of Lion, the software that powers Macintosh computer, and iOS 5, the following edition of the . . . → Read More: Apple Gives a Preview of iCloud