WWDC 2012 Keynote on Monday, June 11th at 10am Pacific

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Apple's kicking off their 2012 Worldwide Developer's Conference at 10am Pacific on Monday, June 11th. MacRumors will be at the keynote and we will be providing live text/photo coverage of the event here. We will also be issuing Twitter updates through our @MacRumorsLive account. Separate news stories regarding the event announcements will go out through our @MacRumors account.

Apple will not be streaming a live video feed, but does offer the video for download several hours after the event. MacRumors readers interested in a "spoiler-free" environment to wait for the full keynote video to become available can follow the spoiler free story. A direct link to the official keynote video will be posted there when it becomes available.

Apple is expected to make a number of announcements at the keynote. We already know that both iOS 6 and Mountain Lion will be major focuses of the event. We will be posting a full roundup of all rumors shortly. As always, stay tuned for last-minute leaks and rumors as there is usually activity leading right up to the event.

Photo: Thanks Andrea


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Worf

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This year is going to be one of the most exciting WWDCs in years.
 

Bako-MacAddict

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I agree


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Apple's kicking off their 2012 Worldwide Developer's Conference at 10am Pacific on Monday, June 11th. MacRumors will be at the keynote and we will be providing live text/photo coverage of the event here. We will also be issuing Twitter updates through our @MacRumorsLive account. Separate news stories regarding the event announcements will go out through our @MacRumors account.

Apple will not be streaming a live video feed, but does offer the video for download several hours after the event. MacRumors readers interested in a "spoiler-free" environment to wait for the full keynote video to become available can follow the spoiler free story. A direct link to the official keynote video will be posted there when it becomes available.

Apple is expected to make a number of announcements at the keynote. We already know that both iOS 6 and Mountain Lion will be major focuses of the event. We will be posting a full roundup of all rumors shortly. As always, stay tuned for last-minute leaks and rumors as there are usually activity leading right up to the event.

Photo: Thanks Andrea


Article Link: WWDC 2012 Keynote on Monday, June 11th at 10am Pacific
This year is going to be one of the most exciting WWDCs in years.
 

FNi

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Damnit, it would have to clash with the first England Euro 2012 game...
 

jgc

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I really appreciate that there's a spoiler-free news page so I don't accidentally find out the spoilers from Google when searching for Apple's keynote release after work on Monday.

Cheers.
 

mrat93

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I'm a little worried that we won't be seeing too much this year. Last year's keynote was two hours, and this one is set to be 90 minutes. They're gonna need to rush through things to fit in Mountain Lion, iOS 6, AND a new Mac lineup.
 

Liquinn

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MacBookPro13";14989045 said:
Here is to hoping that Phil Schiller will announce that Mountain Lion is going to be a free upgrade to Lion users :)
I'm hoping that too. That'd be good. :)
 

Moonjumper

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Damnit, it would have to clash with the first England Euro 2012 game...
My plan is to watch the second-half of the match, then read through the first 50 or so minutes of the keynote that will have happened by then. There is usually a lull in the live blogs as the demos don't need much description, so I'll will get to bypass the speed differences.
 

henry72

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MacBookPro13";14989045 said:
Here is to hoping that Phil Schiller will announce that Mountain Lion is going to be a free upgrade to Lion users :)
Doesn't matter it's free or not, they deserve the money :D
It's not very expensive anyway :)

Anyway, new Macs FTW!
 

mtj111

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MacBookPro13";14989045 said:
Here is to hoping that Phil Schiller will announce that Mountain Lion is going to be a free upgrade to Lion users :)
Very funny.
 

MacBookPro13"

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Doesn't matter it's free or not, they deserve the money :D
It's not very expensive anyway :)

Anyway, new Macs FTW!
Oh I know but you know Apple, always trying to knock the price of OSX year by year now it seems. I wouldn't be surprised if they did. I'll pay no matter what though. :apple:
 

JonneyGee

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I'm expecting Mountain Lion to be $19. I severely doubt they would make it cost more then Lion, so it wouldn't be more than $29. Similarly, I doubt it would cost less than $9.99. I'm thinking something around $20 makes the most sense.
 
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