You’ve read the live blogs last night, you’ve read our opinion piece on the iOS 5, now watch the keynote in full and relive the moment as Steve Jobs and his team unveil the OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud for the first time. Click the link below to stream the full-length keynote, all 117 minutes of it.
We’re still still bummed that there’s no mention of a new iPhone though.
WWDC is upon us once again. iCloud, Twitter integration, new notification methods, and maybe even the new iPhone, all will be revealed sometime tonight.
Like WWDC10, Steve Jobs will be delivering the keynote at this year’s conference, and if the man is on stage you can bet that something important is going to happen.
If you want to catch the keynote as it happens here’s our pick of blogs that will be covering the event live.
The whole shebang starts at 1000hrs PST which is about 0100hrs Malaysia time. The live feeds typically start about 30 minutes before the event so you should be able to get feeds at about 0030hrs.
So what will be the “…just one more thing” coming from Jobs this time? It’s going to be a long night for all of us.
Apple has just issued a release announcing that its annual Worldwide developer congress (WWDC) will be happening on June 6. For the most part the lay man, is not so much concerned about the many things that happen at WWDC, all they want to know is will Steve Jobs come on stage to reveal the successor to the iPhone 4?
Come June 6, it will be exactly a year ago Steve Jobs showed the iPhone 4 to the world at the same event. Now we’re just two months away and we can’t wait!