Today is the start of WWDC, Apple's developer conference in San Francisco. Most of the conference is confidential, but the event always starts with a public keynote that provides details on what Apple has planned for the future. Apple CEO Tim Cook will give the keynote presentation today at 10:00 a.m. Pacific / 1:00 p.m. Eastern. I am sure that there will be many announcements that relate to the iPhone and iPad, such as a preview of the next operating system, iOS 7. Indeed, this will be the first major update to iOS since Jony Ive — the designer responsible for Apple's hardware — has also been placed in charge of the look of Apple software. I suspect that we will see Apple announce a different look for the iOS, design changes that improve how the iPhone and iPad work. There are also rumors that Apple will announce a streaming music service.
If you want to follow the event as it happens today, there are a number of websites offering live coverage. Based on their coverage of prior events, I suspect that these will be some of the best (click to jump to their page with live coverage):
UPDATE: Apple is also offering a live stream of the event.
I'm excited to see what Apple announces!