Apple’s WWDC 2011 Vs Microsoft’s E3 2011: Which live stream will you watch?

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It looks like Apple are up to their old tricks again folks. The company has just announced their schedule for WWDC 2011, and it turns out their press conference will take place during the same time that Microsoft hold their annual E3 keynote speech as well.

Naturally, we want to know which event is going to take your preference, and which live stream you’ll be tuning into – as long as Apple chooses to provide a live stream of course. Microsoft has already confirmed that they’ll be streaming their press conference live, so gamers won’t have to bother with a live blog this year.

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Apple’s conference will take place at 10am PST at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, while Microsoft will have a 30 minute headstart as their conference gets underway at 9.30am at the USC Galen Center.

Are you a tech fan, or a gamer the most? Perhaps you’ll even watch both if you’re interested in seeing what both companies have to offer. iOS 5 has been confirmed, but obviously the main attraction is a potential new iPhone from Apple. As for Microsoft, expect new game announcements, as well as features on existing games such as Modern Warfare 3 and Gears of War 3. We’d love it if they stole the show with a brand new Xbox console – imagine the audience reaction they’d get.

So now that you know both events will be taking place at exactly the same time, which event takes your priority? Vote in our poll below and give us your choices.

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  • Content Writer

    Where can we watch live stream of conferences?