WWDC 2007 'Spoiler Free' Keynote Stream [Video Available!]

Apple will kick off the 2007 World Wide Developer's Conference on June 11th 2007 with a keynote speech from Steve Jobs. News sites across the web will cover every announcement in detail, while Apple's site will be updated with any new products announced.

The keynote takes places on June 11th, 2007 at 10AM Pacific time and will be covered live at MacRumorsLive.com

Some readers prefer watching the keynote themselves without knowing the outcome. Unfortunately, there is no live video feed for the keynote. Instead, Apple posts a recorded Quicktime stream (usually) a few hours after the keynote completes.

For those individuals, we've posted this news story which will be updated with the link to the WWDC 2007 Keynote speech once it becomes available from Apple. No other news stories or announcements will be displayed alongside this story.


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Update: No, we haven't forgotten... Apple hasn't posted a link yet.

Update 2: An unconfirmed submission claimed this:

I just spoke with an apple spokesman, and they told me that the keynote stream might/probably not be posted until tomorrow, because they're having trouble updating the site.

We can't verify if true... but stay tuned.

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