|[Updated 2:00 PM] WWDC News: Wait No More, The Announcements Have Come!
Updated [2:00 PM] Apple has at last let the information flow, waiting until the keynote presentation ended. The news will be appearing over the course of the next 15 minutes at The Mac Observer.
The Keynote speech began 1 hour and 20 minutes ago at Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference. As traffic to The Mac Observer increases to a record pace, we thought we would let you know that as of this writing, there is still no news, official or otherwise, coming from the conference.
Normally Apple posts their press releases to fairly coincide with a keynote address. That said, either Apple has decided not to do so, or there are to be no new product announcements at this show. Option Two is that any new product announcements are being held, for whatever reason, until tomorrow's keynote by Phil Schiller, Mitch Manditch, and Jon Rubenstein. The last option is that there will simply not be any new product releases at this year's show, an eventuality that we find to be doubtful.
The Mac Observer Spin: To quote singer/songwriter Poe, The anticipation is a turn on. Actually, that just isn't true as the entire staff at The Mac Observer is pulling their hair out wondering what's happening at this keynote. This is the first keynote that Apple has done without some sort of simulcast, not counting ones made unwatchable from a traffic load that was just too high, during the last 15 or so months.