What Techno Goodies to Expect From Steve Jobs Today

With about 90 minutes to go before Steve Jobs takes the stage at San Francisco's Worldwide Developers Conference to deliver the keynote address, the Atlantic Wire's John Hudson takes a closer look at all of the new products and developments we're expecting to see unveiled. Below is his introduction to the summary. Read on to take a deeper dive and find out what tech writers are anticipating in regards to the iCloud, iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion.

The geek event of the summer is upon us. After months of speculation, Steve Jobs will vindicate and dispel an assortment of rumors surrounding Apple's new line of hardware, software and cloud computing technology at his World Wide Developers Conference keynote speech at 10 a.m. PST. Here are the leading expectations for what he'll unveil at the Moscone West center in San Francisco, alongside a range of wishful thinking for the company's software and product lines.

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