WWDC 2008 Keynote Live Coverage: Web, SMS/Twitter, iPhone

Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) will kick off on Monday, June 9th at 10 a.m. Pacific with a keynote speech given by Steve Jobs and his team of executives. There will be no live video or audio broadcast of the event. Once the event is complete, Apple will post a Quicktime stream of the keynote to be watched on demand. MacRumors will provide live coverage of the keynote speech with the following methods:


MacRumors will provide near real-time text updates and photos at MacRumorsLive.com. All visitors to MacRumors.com will be redirected to MacRumorsLive during the event.

A special iPhone-optimized version of MacRumorsLive with support for text updates and photos will also be available if you visit the site through your iPhone or iPod Touch. (Screenshot of iPhone/Touch version.)

Twitter Updates

We will also try to provide live updates through Twitter. Individuals who already have a twitter account may 'Follow' us at the following addresses:

http://twitter.com/macrumors - Live keynote updates (10-20 updates per Keynote)
http://twitter.com/macrumorsRSS - Updates with every new MacRumors.com story
http://twitter.com/arnoldkim - arn's Twitter account

SMS Updates

For those who don't have or want a Twitter account, you can still sign-up to receive SMS updates straight from your phone.

Sign up from your mobile phone
1. Send "FOLLOW MACRUMORS" to "40404"
2. You will be prompted for a username.
3. You should receive confirmation.

To unsubscribe
1. Send "LEAVE MACRUMORS" to "40404"
2. You should receive confirmation.

Spoiler Free

For individuals who wish to watch the events unfold first-hand on video, we are providing a Spoiler Free page that will update once the link to the keynote video is posted. This can be delayed hours after the actual event.

Please support our MacRumorsLive sponsors: MacHeist, Awaken, Crush FTP/Crush Sync, iPhoneRingToneMaker, StevenPriceProductions.

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