WWDC isn't the only Apple-centric conference taking place this summer. The third annual World Wide Newton Conference will take place at the Salon de G in Tokyo, Japan on July 7th and 8th. While the programs are still being finalized, developers Paul Guyot (who ported the Newton OS to a Zaurus handheld) and GNUE are scheduled to talk.
Registration is now open for ¥3500 (this includes a 2-day passport to the conference, lunch and drinks). While you're waiting, check out these highlights from previous years' conferences.
Someday I'll attend one of these. But for this year...Tokyo is quite a ways away.