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WWDC 2010 is about to kick off with a keynote address on Monday, June 7th at 10am Pacific by Steve Jobs. MacRumors will be in attendance for live coverage. We'll have text and photo updates at MacRumorsLive.com. Our live system also natively supports the iPhone, so you'll also be able to watch real-time updates in mobile safari.

We've also reorganized our official twitter accounts. These include:

@MacRumors - official news
@MacRumorsLive - live updates for events only

We've also set up a Spoiler Free page for WWDC 2010 if you want to watch the keynote without any spoilers. The video is typically posted late in the day following the keynote address. There is no live video feed of the event.

Article Link: MacRumors Twitter Accounts, WWDC Live Coverage and Spoiler Free
 

cvaldes

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Since MacRumors didn't mention it, I will.

The keynote address is scheduled to be delivered by Steve Jobs at 10am PDT (1pm EDT) on Monday 7 June 2010 from Moscone Center (San Francisco, California).
 
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crisss1205

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How is is a spoiler free stream? Honestly by the time the stream comes up everything about the new iPhone will be on CNN, FOX, NBC, NY Times, and everywhere else.
 
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koopa35

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ive nvr been on macrumors for keynote events. is it similar to how gizmodo and engadget do their coverage? with text and pictures?
 
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Marty Macfly

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Jun 5, 2010
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How is is a spoiler free stream? Honestly by the time the stream comes up everything about the new iPhone will be on CNN, FOX, NBC, NY Times, and everywhere else.

The stream exists during the keynote, as it is being said by Steve Jobs himself. It's not difficult to simply turn off all other media outlets and view said stream.
 
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pknz

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Mar 22, 2005
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How is is a spoiler free stream? Honestly by the time the stream comes up everything about the new iPhone will be on CNN, FOX, NBC, NY Times, and everywhere else.

By avoiding such places?
 
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julien1234

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Jun 5, 2010
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Even if Steve does dissapoint us, you know we will all be waiting in line for it at the apple store. Or atleast, i know I will be
 
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cvaldes

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How is is a spoiler free stream? Honestly by the time the stream comes up everything about the new iPhone will be on CNN, FOX, NBC, NY Times, and everywhere else.
MacRumors can't control what everyone else does, just what they do.

If you don't want to see spoilers, turn off your computer/phone/TV/whatever that day. It's the same thing with any popular newsworthy event on the Internet (e.g., major sporting events).

It's up to you to bury your own head in the sand, not MacRumors.
 
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cvaldes

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Being snide is still rude. Money isn't everything and can easily be lost. Even Jobs knows this.
Jobs knows that Apple Inc.'s primary responsibility is to its shareholders, not to little fanbois, nor to people like you or me.

As a matter of fact, based on Apple's financial performance over the past 5-10 years, I think Jobs has reacted better than any other S&P 500 CEO during that time.

I will agree with you that money isn't everything. You definitely nailed that one! :)
 
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queshy

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Predictions:

1) The Mac takes the backseat this time. This keynote will be all about iPhone + iPhone OS! That means no Mac hardware updates.

2) No Apple TV, No iPod.

3) Everyone will be disappointed after, no matter what.

4) MacRumors will provide excellent coverage :)

5) I will try and sneak away from work to watch.
 
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Marty Macfly

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Jun 5, 2010
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Predictions:

1) The Mac takes the backseat this time. This keynote will be all about iPhone + iPhone OS! That means no Mac hardware updates.

2) No Apple TV, No iPod.

3) Everyone will be disappointed after, no matter what.

4) MacRumors will provide excellent coverage :)

5) I will try and sneak away from work to watch.

1. I'd say definitely.
2. Not so sure about the Apple TV, but obviously not iPods. September every year for them.
3. Aren't we always? :D
4. Given that he has a new liver, Steve probably won't die again, so I buy this.
5. And I'll probably make an excuse in some way to do the same. :cool:
 
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tac22

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Jun 16, 2009
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lol, spoiler free... i tried to do that last year, but gave up... it took sooo long, plus i was disappointed in the fact that the 3gs looked the same...

This year is going to be better.... even though we know what the new iphone looks like
 
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cvaldes

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Dec 14, 2006
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Predictions:

1) The Mac takes the backseat this time. This keynote will be all about iPhone + iPhone OS! That means no Mac hardware updates.

2) No Apple TV, No iPod.

3) Everyone will be disappointed after, no matter what.

4) MacRumors will provide excellent coverage :)

5) I will try and sneak away from work to watch.

1. Yes
2. iPod is usually the subject of a September announcement, not WWDC in June. Predicting AppleTV is tough. My guess is that there will be no mention of AppleTV at this keynote.
3. No, some people will be pleased. In the long run, AAPL shareholders will probably be pleased. A lot of fanbois here aren't shareholders though. Shame. They could probably finance their Apple hardware purchases if they had decided to be a part-owner. Oh well.
4. MR will provide excellent coverage of the event itself, of whining non-shareholder fanbois, or possibly both.
5. Good luck.
 
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