WWDC Keynote time Scheduled

UPDATE: It’s only going to be from 10:00 to 11:30 am.  Standard Keynote Length.

Thanks to Derek and Steve for the update. 

Monday, June 11th, 2007 from 9am to 12pm.

That’s going to be a LONG Keynote.

Hopefully, this is an indication that there is A LOT to be revealed about Leopard at the event. As usual, we have very little information on what will actually be announced and shown at the Keynote. There will be plenty of speculation between now and then, so we’ll save it for future posts, but needless to say…if they do take 3 hours this year, there is obviously a lot to discuss. Apple Keynotes are typically an hour and a half in length, so this scheduled time is twice as long as a traditional Keynote address.

Apple Gazette will be providing live coverage of the Keynote this year…and I can already feel the reality distortion field building…

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  1. what a bummer i would love to watch Steve talk for at least a few hours.
    i would watch a Steve Jobs podcast a few times a week(if not more)