06/11/2012 10:10 am ET Updated Jun 11, 2012

WWDC 2012 Live: How To Follow Apple's WWDC Announcement As It Happens

Want to watch Apple's keynote speech at the Worldwide Developer's Conference live?

Sure, we all do. Apple seems poised to unveil some pretty nifty new stuff at this year's WWDC. Its keynote speech, live from San Francisco, begins at 10 a.m. PT, or 1p.m. ET. iOS 6 and all of its goodies are likely on the schedule, as well as the first public demonstration of OS X Mountain Lion, the new Mac operating system announced this past February; Apple could also show off an entirely new line of MacBook laptop, with a dazzling Retina display screen, rumored to be sized somewhere in between the Pro and the Air.

That would all be great to see, right? Unless you snagged one of those WWDC conference passes before they sold out, however, you're out of luck on the viewing front: Apple, as its wont, will not be live-streaming video of its speech. If only Apple sold some kind of device that had a camera and could connect to the Internet, thereby creating the ability to stream live video...well, maybe next year.

You can follow along if you get creative, however! Several high-quality news outlets that will be in the audience will be live-blogging the progress for the rest of us, including:

- Engadget
- TechCrunch
- The Verge
- Wired
- Ars Technica
- 9to5Mac
- MacRumors
- Macworld
- CNet

Engadget and The Verge tend to have the best tech event live blogs, with professional photographers with super-nice cameras uploading photographs of the presentation in real time. Their employees also seem to be very fast typists.

If you want to follow along for the major announcements but don't want minute-by-minute play-by-play, Huffington Post Tech will be tweeting out all of the important stuff during the event. (You can follow HuffPost Tech on Twitter here.) Following the event, Apple will post a video recap on its Events page.

Again, Tim Cook will take the stage in San Francisco at 10AM Pacific, 1PM Eastern. Set your iOS alarm clocks, and make sure to check back on The Huffington Post soon afterwards for all the Apple news and analysis you need.