Apple once again takes over San Francisco's Moscone Center for its annual developers conference, and CNET will be there to bring you the news live.
Apple setting the stage for WWDC at Moscone West in San Francisco.
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The tech giant is expected to show off a new version of iOS, spruce up its Mac line-up and offer a little more information on Mountain Lion, the next major version of OS X due out this summer.
The show runs the whole week, but the real action is the keynote, which will start 3am 12 June AEST. CNET will have live news and photos, as the event unfolds, including a pre-game show that starts two hours beforehand. You can follow along with our live blog below.