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Live tweets from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference

June 11, 2012|By Salvador Rodriguez
  • An Apple banner decorates Moscone West in San Francisco, where Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is taking place.
An Apple banner decorates Moscone West in San Francisco, where Apple's… (David Paul Morris / Bloomberg )

San Francisco — Apple's 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference keynote is today at 10 a.m., and you can follow us here or on Twitter for up-to-the-second updates.

We'll be on location live tweeting from WWDC throughout the day, but you can also check out our blog for more detailed posts on any news Apple makes.

Though speculation is high and rumors abundant, about the only things that have been confirmed to a degree have been iOS6 and the Mountain Lion OS X.

Banners are visible inside Moscone West, where the event is being held, highlighting the two operating systems, which is good indicator that Apple may preview iOS 6 and set a launch date for Mountain Lion.

Rumor sites have also speculated that Apple may update the operating system for Apple TV as well.

But that isn't all Apple has been rumored to be announcing. Blogs have speculated that the company could be announcing new apps and updates for its computers too. You can check out a detailed roundup of all the rumors here.

WWDC is an annual Apple event that takes place in San Francisco for the purpose of giving Apple developers a sense of direction toward the company's future in software.

However, the conference's keynote is often used to announce new Apple products.

Last year Apple used the WWDC keynote to launch its iCloud service, and in 2010 Apple debuted the iPhone 4 at the event.

This year's WWDC will be the first under the reign of Tim Cook as company CEO and since the passing of Steve Jobs.


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