Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference keynote presentation for 2011 is only a couple of hours away, and the attendee line is wrapped around the side of the Moscone West Convention Center where the event will be held. The Mac Observer’s Dave Hamilton is already on location snapping photos of the crowd.
Developers line up for Apple’s WWDC 2011 keynote
Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO, will be hosting the keynote presentation where the company will be showing off Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 and the company’s new iCloud service.
Rumors claim Apple’s iCloud service will include online iTunes library storage, file syncing for computers and iOS device users, and possibly data storage on the Time Capsule Wi-Fi router and data backup appliance.
Crowds inside Moscone West for WWDC 2011
The WWDC 2011 keynote presentation starts at 10AM pacific time, and TMO is already on location with coverage from the event. You can follow our live updates on the TMO Web site and on our MacObserverLive Twitter feed.