The AppleWWDC 2011 keynote is starting at 10am PDT. Steve Jobs will take the stage to tell us all about iCloud, iOS 5 and OS X Lion. Apple has streamed events ilve in the past, but the WWDC 2011 keynote video footage is again just available after the keynote from Apple. Engadget will provide besides live blogging also a video live from WWDC 2011. They do not as I understand provide live coverage of the Apple media event, but two video shows.
As Apple is not providing live Video of the keynote as it is common with E3 press events we have to rely on live blogging again. The past couple of Apple events I found the live blogging at Arstechnica the best followed by Engadget's coverage.
We will be covering the highlights from the WWDC 2011 keynote and provide full coverage of the Apple announcements as soon as they become available. See also below our new Snapshot feature. I4U Snapshots provide realtime updates about hot topics like the WWDC 2011 from around the web.
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