Whatever secrets you think Apple plans to unveil at next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference —new OS X features, a rumored pro desktop that runs on Intel Core 2 Duo processors, perhaps even a digital movie rental service —Steve Jobs will give you the full scoop during his keynote speech to developers on Monday morning. And just as soon as Jobs wraps up his speech, you can bet that Macworld editors will be ready to leap into action, with reporting and analysis on the day’s revelations.
But chances are, even after everyone’s had their say, you’re still going to have questions about whatever new products Apple releases. And we’re pleased to provide you with a forum to ask those questions—another Macworld live chat event.
Much like our MacBook chat back in May, a pair of Macworld editors will be on hand to take your questions on any and all WWDC announcements from Jobs’ keynote. Macworld Editorial Director Jason Snell and Senior Editor Rob Griffiths will be chatting with you for an hour, starting at 11 a.m. Pacific time on Wednesday, August 9, to take questions on everything from whatever hardware may be announced to Apple’s promised preview of OS X 10.5.
Can’t be there on Wednesday to ask your question? Then visit our chat event page to submit a question early. On that same page, you can also register to get a reminder of when the event is happening as well as an e-mailed copy of the transcript after the event.
Stay with Macworld.com all next week for the first word on all the breaking news to come out of the Developers Conference. And stop by on Wednesday to have us answer any lingering questions that you have about the week’s events.