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Engadget will be broadcasting live from WWDC!

Tim Stevens
06.05.11
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Yes, of course we'll be bringing you the full liveblog action from WWDC, and as ever you'll be able to read along as the biggest Apple news of the summer is unveiled. But this year we're bringing you more: two live broadcasts to give you some extra analysis. At around 10:30am ET (that's 7:30am on the best coast), before Apple kicks off the show, Tim and Darren will go over the expected big announcements for the day, talking iCloud, iOS 5, and Mac OS X Lion. Then, once the dust settles, join us again for a second live broadcast to dive deep into the day's announcements and any other surprises Mr. Jobs has in store for us. Hopefully we'll all survive.

Where can you watch them? Set your bookmarks right here.

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