Line forms for WWDC keynote tomorrow as developers flock to San Francisco

(photo courtesy of Markus Spiering)

Apple’s first keynote of the year is taking place tomorrow morning to kick off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference.

App Store developers from around the world started arriving in San Francisco over the weekend for the week-long conference. At event registration today in the Moscone Center, Apple gave each dev with a ticket some special swag. Excitement appears to be in the air. Before it was barely dinnertime, a line for tomorrow’s keynote started forming.

It’s going to be a long night for those staking out a spot in the front of the line. Tim Cook and co. won’t take the stage tomorrow until 10 a.m. Pacific.  

Apple gives registered devs a jacket for each WWDC, and this year a $25 iTunes gift card is also being thrown in. Hey, whatever makes the $1,599 ticket sting less, right?

Line forms for WWDC keynote tomorrow as developers flock to San Francisco

We’ll be liveblogging our reactions and thoughts during tomorrow’s keynote, so be sure to stay tuned to Cult of Mac for plenty of more WWDC coverage.

(Top image courtesy of Markus Spiering)

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