Today is the start of WWDC, Apple's developer conference. At 10 am Pacific / 1 pm Eastern today, Apple CEO Tim Cook and other Apple executives will give the keynote address, an event Apple typically uses to preview new iPhone, iPad and Mac software. I'm sure that we will see a preview of iOS 8, which will likely be released later this year when the 2014 model of the iPhone is released. We will probably also hear more about Apple's $3 billion acquisition of Beats last week, and perhaps we will even hear from Beats executives Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. And perhaps there will be other surprises.
One sign that Apple thinks that this will be an interesting keynote is that Apple is offering a live stream, something that they do not always provide. It appears that you need to watch it using Safari on an iPhone, iPad or a Mac, or using an Apple TV. I believe that this is the link to watch the event.
If you are curious about the rumors and speculation on what Apple will announce at the keynote and cannot wait until 10 am Pacific, Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac offers a great roundup of WWDC keynote rumors. John Gruber also wrote a good preview.
On Tuesday, I'll offer my thoughts on what the WWDC keynote announcements mean for attorneys who use an iPhone or iPad.