Worldwide Developers Conference keynote later

According to Apple’s press release, Steve Jobs and a team of Apple executives will kick off the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote on Monday, June 6 10am PST. If my time conversion is correct, that will be Tuesday morning 1am Singapore time.
Apple will unveil it’s next generation software, Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 and a new cloud service called iCloud. This is going to be exciting. Something tells me that these 3 will be closely linked with each other.
Don’t expect any hardware announcement. It’s unlikely that the next iPhone will show up. The focus is on the new OS and iCloud.

Who is staying up to watch/read/listen to the keynote? I think I will. This is going to be something big. Can’t miss it.
As usual, sites like MacRumors, Cnet and Engadget will be live blogging. I’ll update this blog entry once I get the live blog URL. Stay tuned.
Update:
Cnet
MacRumors
Engadget
Gizmodo

3 comments

  1. I’ve become quite a Apple user. Now I’ve iPhone, iPad, Macbook Air, Magic Mouse and an Airport Express which I used it to setup wi-fi in the hotel room during a recent vacation trip.
    I wonder if I can stay awake for the Stevenotes.

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