Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference starts Monday in San Francisco
At 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET), Steve Jobs will deliver the keynote address. Apple has confirmed that he will unveil several new software products, such as the highly anticipated iCloud service, which would likely let users store, stream and listen to their music libraries from any online device.
In addition, Apple will announce its iOS 5 update, which could feature automatic over-the-air upgrades, new notifications and widgets and more.
New software Mac OS X Lion will also get a special preview. Lion is expected to have a new user interface, new multitouch gestures and a new iPad-like feel.
Want to get the latest from WWDC but can't make it to the event (which sold out in a matter of hours)? You can follow the latest on Steve Jobs's Monday keynote adress via one of the many live blogs covering the event. Apple has not yet announced whether it will offer a live video stream, but we'll update the entry if one becomes available.
Engadget will feature a live video feed before and after the event, as well as a live blog with photos. You can also view photos and live blog coverage via sites such as This is my Next, PC World, CNET, ZDNET, Ars Technica, Technologizer, and Wired.
On Twitter, follow along at #WWDC.