Live Stream, Watch WWDC 2010 Keynote Online Video, Audio Broadcast

June 6, 20102 Comments
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WWDC is a yearly event organised by Apple to showcase the latest developments both in terms of hardware, software. At the previous keynotes iPod Touch & iPhone 2G announced at WWDC 2007, iPhone 3G at WWDC 2008 & iPhone 3GS/iPod Touch 3G announced at WWDC 2009.

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This year Apple WWDC 2010 [ World Wide Developer Conference ] is going to start from June 7th to June 11th at San Francisco’s Moscone West. Apple CEO Steve Jobs will be attending and delivering keynote address as expected.

Following are some new things you can expect to come out this time from WWDC 2010

1. New 4th Generation iPhone (iPhone 4G or HD) – a prototype already leaked here

2. New iPhone OS 4.0

3. Mac OS X core Technology labs

4. Miscellaneous announcements (Developers tools, Application framework) etc.

Following are some links where you can see it live on the following links

Live Stream WWDC 2010 Live Keynote Links

1. MacRumours.com

2. Engadget

3. Gizmodo

4. iPhonealley.com

5. theAppleBlog

6. live.gdgt.com

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7. Technologizer

8. Arctechnica

9. Textviff

10. Macobserver

You can also follow the updates from WWDC 2010 keynote live then twitter on the following twitter accounts @macrumors, @arsWWDC and following has tags #WWDC, #WWDC2010 on twitter to catch the latest tweets related with WWDC 2010 event.

Start Timing of WWDC 2010 on June 7th [ as per different times zones ] 

07:00AM – Hawaii

10:00AM – Pacific

11:00AM – Mountain

12:00PM – Central

01:00PM – Eastern

06:00PM – London

07:00PM – Paris

10.30 PM – Mumbai

[ Thanks to BlogsDNA For All This Information ]

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  1. B. Moore says:

    I wouldn’t expect any live video from inside the venue. Well if someone does decides to stream video from inside the venue they will not be invited back to any apple event for a long long time. Now all the video will be on apple.com by the next day.

  2. Dave Tek says:

    this is going to be interesting

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