Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

Summary: Apple's World Wide Developer Conference 2011 kicks off June 6 at 10 am PT / 1pm ET, and ZDNet editors and bloggers will be delivering live analysis of announcements as they happen.

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Apple's World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2011 kicks off June 6 at 10 am PT/ 1pm ET, and we will be here providing you with live analysis of announcements as they happen. Scroll down this page for the live blog.

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Apple has already given us some tasty tidbits as to what we can expect. We know that CEO Steve Jobs and his team of execs will be fronting the keynote. At the keynote Apple will be unveiling Lion, the next major release of Mac OS X, iOS 5 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and iCloud, Apple's long-awaited cloud offering.

Several ZDNet bloggers will join me in providing minute-by-minute commmentary and analysis of the keynote. (See CNET's Apple Talk blog for live news updates of the event.)

To follow along with our live analysis, you can bookmark this page and come back to it when the event starts at 10 am PT / 1pm ET. You can also get a reminder ahead of the start time by entering your e-mail address into the module below.

Topics: Apple, Intel, iOS, iPhone, iPad

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  • RE: Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

    It would be nice if they actually released Lion and/or iOS5 at the closure of the keynote but probably not :(
    jmiller1978
    • RE: Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

      @jmiller1978 Lion probably coming this week. iOS5 SDK will probably be available today on announcement. It is the developers conference after all and people will be able to get hands on with it during the various conferences.
      Pi
      seaniepie
    • RE: Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

      @jmiller1978
      its actually good idea but i think they may unveil those as they r announcing their cloud service

      http://thenewscourier.blogspot.com/2011/06/apple-to-announce-icloud-services.html
      TechExpert21
  • RE: Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

    Hi Adrian

    Do you know if this will be streamed live on video?? and the link. I hate keeping up with the twitter like updates... and belive it or not every time you do these ZDNET crashes and we can't see the new products.

    Thanks,
    Hasam1991
  • RE: Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

    Odd that this is in the Hardware 2.0 blog, since Apple is suggesting that this WWDC will be all about the software.
    jgdwn
    • RE: Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

      @jgdwn There could well be some hardware announcements too. But considering Apple is ultimately all about the hardware anyway, I suspect we'll hear at least something.
      zwhittaker
  • RE: Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

    Ain't technology great! I have this vision in my head where "Everything is computerized and nothing can go wrong." It sits next to a vision of my Mother; her reading glasses lowered on her nose, her eyes peering over the top and her finger pointing at a knob. "Does this make it go louder?" The technology bubble bursts.
    trm1945
  • will they broadcast ?

    this WWDC live on apple.com like they did last year ?
    LionSaba
    • RE: Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

      @LionSaba
      may be
      http://thenewscourier.blogspot.com/2011/06/apple-to-announce-icloud-services.html
      TechExpert21
  • UGH!@

    THIS IS BAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHY CAN'T YOU STREAM THIS ZDNET????????
    Hasam1991
    • RE: Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

      @Hasam1991 ...because Apple won't let us, my friend!
      andrew.nusca
  • RE: Apple's WWDC 2011 Keynote - Live Analysis

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