It's that time again, when developers and media alike converge on Moscone Center in San Francisco for the annual Worldwide Developers Conference. As usual, Apple kicked off the proceedings with a video showing fictional director David LeGary (played by Saturday Night Live cast member Bill Hader) supposedly rehearsing the keynote on Sunday.
Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off on Monday, June 11 with a keynote from CEO Tim Cook and friends, and in keeping with tradition, the banners are already going up outside of the Moscone Center in San Francisco ahead of the event.
Apple is a larger company now than it's ever been, both in the public consciousness and in sheer number of employees. They are, in fact, so large that they are building a brand-new structure to accommodate the growth spurt. The building, announced on June 7 at a Cupertino City Council meeting, will hold 12,000 employees and host its own power supply. It will look like Xena's chakram, and Jobs joked that it looks "a bit like a spaceship landed."
It was a big day in Apple as the company announced the features of three new products: OS X 10.7 Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud. Hopefully you got to join us for our live blog this morning, but if not here's every photo we took inside the keynote with Steve and the gang.