Keep an Eye on the WWDC
Today the Worldwide Developers Conference begins again, with new and exciting updates and technologies from Steve Jobs and Apple. Although Jobs is not expected to be attending, the conference will be full of new updates, the most anticipated being a new iPhone 3G, faster than the current iPhone 3G and equipped with more memory, a better camera, video recording capabilities and a compass.
Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, will deliver a speech today in place of Jobs, who is scheduled to return from a health-related absence at the end of the month. Schiller is expected to talk about the upcoming iPhone OS 3.0 operating system as well as Mac OS X Snow Leopard, the next operating system for Mac computers.
Many bloggers and sites are covering the event, but my advice is to keep an eye on MacRumors. This site provides live coverage of Apple events such as the WWDC and Macworld San Francisco keynotes, serving up to 750,000 visitors per event.
MacRumors will provide live coverage of the WWDC 2009 Keynote on Monday June 8th, starting at 10:00 am PDT.
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