This years WorldWideDeveloperConference WWDC 2011 sould out within 8 hours. So, bad luck if you’ve been on a transatlanic flight at that time. Today, the lucky ones of the iOS & Mac developer community, who managed to get a ticked this year, gather at the Moscone West Center in San Francisco. Probably, Apple will share the videos of all of the WWDC sessions for free with their registered iOS & Mac developers, like they did last year. And even if the Cupertino guys won’t stream Steve Jobs keynote live, we’ll get a video stream short after the event. For real live coverage we can rely on the all those people blogging from the keynote. The keynote begins at 10:00 AM PST (07:00 PM CET) and there are a lot of things to cover: The next version of Mac OS X called Lion, the next version of iOS for iPhones & iPads and Apples new cloud service iCould.
Here’s my link list for live coverage of the event:
- Tim Stevens & Darren Murphy for Engadget … Tim & Darren start their pre-keynote-roundup at 07:30 AM PST via UStream videostream and continue with the keynote coverage
(Liveblog technology: UStream (not via iOS) & ? iOS-friendly engadget cms ?
- Ars Technica … live blog will start with the keynote
(Liveblog technology: ScribbleLive, disabled for iOS).
- Greg Kumparak for TechCrunch … live blog will start at 08:45 AM PST – 17:45 CET
(ScribbleLive, not iOS optimized).
- TheNextWeb … live blog will start at 09:30 AM PST – 18:30 CET
(ScribbleLive, iOS friendly).
- Jason Snell & Dan Moren for Macworld… live blog will start with the keynote
(Liveblog technology: CoverItLive, iOS-friendly)
- Technologizer … live blog will start with the keynote
- MacLife … live blog will start with the keynote
- Adrian Kingsley-Hughes for ZDNet … live blog will start with the keynote
- Arron Hirst for RazorianFly … live blog will start at 09:30 AM PST – 18:30 CET
- Gizmodo … live blog will start at 09:00 AM PST – 18:00 CET
(Liveblog technology: unknown, iOS-friendly).
As soon as the keynote is available as a Quicktime stream, you’ll get an update here