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Our own Seth Weintraub is on hand at San Francisco’s Moscone West where Steve Jobs has taken the stage at 9am Pacific, ready to deliver a landmark presentation on the future of Apple’s operating system and cloud services. A press release issued last Tuesday has divided the agenda for the software-focused WWDC 2011 show between iOS 5, Mac OS X Lion and iCloud segments.
The statement also said “a team of Apple executives” would help Jobs deliver the keynote. We’re guessing Timothy Cook will join Apple’s CEO shortly to provide an update on business metrics and are keeping our fingers crossed for Scott Forstall and Phil Schiller to demo the new stuff in iOS 5 and Lion, respectively, with Jobs jumping in and out between segments…
Expect, however, the world’s ultimate corporate presenter and consummate technology entertainer to tap his magic in unveiling Apple’s next big thing – an all-new cloud service dubbed the iCloud – running on Apple’s humongous $1 billion super datacenter that conveniently made a Google Earth appearance in the run-up to today’s show. So relax, pass the popcorn and enjoy the complete WWDC 2011 coverage right here or follow us @9to5mac as we update you on the latest.