It is that time again for Apple lovers across the globe. After months and months of speculation, Apple will finally take to the stage at WWDC 2012 and unveil their latest and hopefully greatest products that will steer the company through the year and into 2013.
Will you be tuning into the action live though? For those that are not already aware, Apple’s keynote at the Moscone Center in San Francisco will be starting today at 10am Pacific Time. That’s 1pm for those of you on Eastern Time, 6pm for our readers in the UK and 1am for those of you in Hong Kong.
As usual, Apple will not be providing a live stream of the event. You can expect to see a video of the conference on the Apple website in a few days time, but in the meantime a live blog is your best alternative of tuning into the action live. We have rounded up a series of live blogs for you, making it easy for you to just click the website of your choice and watch live when the event begins.
One guaranteed highlight of the event will be iOS 6, but we hope that Apple has managed to keep a few of their reveals secret. A new iPhone is obviously a bit of a long shot however, with a separate event in Fall this year much more a likely destination and in line with the previous release pattern for the iPhone 4S.
A new MacBook Pro refresh is obviously a big contender as well, one which may be equipped with a Retina Display, Ivy Bridge processors and high-end NVIDIA graphics. If recent whispers are to believed, Siri is also coming to the iPad – let’s hope it includes all models though, not just the 3rd generation model.
Will you be tuning in to Apple’s WWDC 2012 conference, or will you find the Euro 2012 football championships more appealing? Now there’s a question for you. Below are some of the live blog links that will go live in a few hours time.
The Verge – Link
Engadget – Link
9to5Mac – Link
CNET – Link
Gizmodo – Link
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