You’ve probably already read
MacCentral’s coverage of this morning’s WWDC keynote, presented by Steve Jobs. But if you’d like to watch it for yourself, just go to
Apple’s Web site and view it yourself. It’s Webcast in QuickTime and MPEG-4.
Jobs used his time on the keynote stage to tell developers about how Apple’s doing with its retail efforts, iPod and iTunes and Mac sales, but then he dropped one of the biggest bombshells in Apple history: He announced Apple’s plans to switch from the PowerPC CPU architecture to chips made by Intel.