On Monday morning (June 9th) at 10am PDT, Steve Jobs will be giving his keynote at the sold out Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) at Moscone West in San Francisco. Of course the big news is that he is expected to announce the 2nd generation iPhone, running on AT&T’s new 3G wireless network. It’s also rumored that Jobs will be announcing Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6. MacRumors.com posted a really good WWDC 2008 Rumor Roundup, which gives a good idea of what to expect.
Here are a few places where you can follow live coverage of the WWDC keynote:
UPDATE 1: Here are some of the announcements that Jobs made during the keynote.
UPDATE 2: Apple has posted the video of the keynote.
UPDATE 3: Mahalo Daily has a 60 second version of the keynote.