Today is the day a lot of Apple fans will have been waiting patiently for, as it marks the start of WWDC 2011. This conference is an annual occurrence held by Apple where the company unveils their latest products, software and even sometimes devices.
The event will take place in San Francisco and for those that are not lucky enough to get invited to the event fear not as there is still a way you can watch the events unfold, by observing via live blog streams.
In the build up to the WWDC event we have already covered some interesting news of what to expect from Apple at this year’s event. This includes news of an insight into Apple’s visions for the future and also reports of phony live blog streams.
The event kicks off at 10:00am PDT and we have a list of 10 different live blogs available that will be providing live coverage of the events as they happen. The sites you can visit are The Telegraph, Engadget, This is My Next, PCWorld, Wired, Technologizer, Ars Technica, ZDNet, BGR and All Things Digital.
Which site will you be using to watch the WWDC 2011 live?
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