Follow iMore for complete WWDC 2014 coverage!

Peter and I fly into San Francisco tomorrow for Apple's 2014 World Wide Developers Conference — WWDC 2014 — where this Monday at 10am PT Apple will take to the keynote stage for the first time this year. And you'll be able to follow all the action on our awesome WWDC 2014 Event Page. Want more?

We'll be at the keynote providing complete coverage, commentary, and analysis. Following that I'll be heading over to the TWiT Brick House to record a live MacBreak Weekly, and then Peter and I will be recording an early iMore show that'll go up on Tuesday. There'll be a fresh Debug coming your way on Wednesday, a panel show discussing all of the announcements, as well as a Vector later in the week. That's in addition to all the great articles you've come to expect from iMore on show day and WWDC week!

You seriously don't want to miss any of this, so you absolutely should follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and RSS. And for the behind-the-scenes scoop, follow @reneritchie and @flargh.

Anything in particular you want from our coverage? Speak now! We're there for you. So let me know!

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Rene Ritchie

EiC of iMore, EP of Mobile Nations, Apple analyst, co-host of Debug, Iterate, Vector, Review, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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Follow iMore for complete WWDC 2014 coverage!


René, Peter: I'd be happy if, after the Keynote, iMore would have someone on-location at the One Stocktone Street Apple Store ready to fire questions at intelligent developers who come over to buy Apple iOS gadgets capable of handling the new iOS beta.

iMore would report what exactly — precisely — about iOS compels the developers to urgently explore the beta and, more importantly, why?

Also, if John Siracusa happens to be there finally buying an iPhone … WE WANT TO KNOW !!!

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Most likely the developers will already have the latest from apple and will easily be able to run IOS8. Since there won't be a new iPhone unveiled yet.

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