Ok, I have to admit, I'm excited now. With Apple's decision not to live-stream some of its keynote speeches in 2013, I was readying myself for disappointment - it was hard to predict whether or not the same would happen with the 2014 WWDC keynote.
Watching re-runs of these sorts of events is just not the same. You want to feel like you're as there as you can be, just a little part of it, experiencing the news for the first time along with the rest of the world. So I was pretty happy to see Apple had announced the live-stream this morning, to take place June 2nd, 10am PDT. You can watch it via this app.
What will be announced this year? Does that banner give us any clues? Why square dots instead of circular ones? Does the top half of the Apple logo look like a game controller to anyone but me?
Hmmm... best not to start me speculating. I'm still waiting for that Angry Birds Epic Jousting update from Rovio.
For more on what Apple may announce, check out Has Real Racing 3 Let Slip Apple's Microconsole Plans?
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