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WWDC 2009 Keynote LIVE: Photos By AllThingsD's Adam Tow

outliersThe AllThingsD team is live at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco today, bringing you a liveblog of the keynote that includes beautiful photos by our own Adam Tow. Here they are, live and in living color:

Click any photo to launch a slideshow, then click arrows to page through the photos.

Apple WWDC 2009 Keynote Photos

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  • Apple CEO Phil Schiller runs through pricing across the different models.
  • 3G pricing.
  • Apple CEO Phil Schiller runs through pricing and features.
  • CEO Phil Schiller describes enhancements to the iPhone 3Gs.
  • More features on display at WWDC.
  • CEO Paul Schiller recaps new features.
  • Voice control demo'd at WWDC.
  • Live demo of voice control, onstage at WWDC.
  • Paul Schiller, Apple CEO, demos new voice control feature.
  • Apple's iPhone dominates application marketplace.
  • Schiller talks up the iPhone 3G, noting that two thirds of all mobile browsing is now done from iPhones and iPod Touches.
  • iPhone dominates mobile browser usage.
  • Paul Schiller, Apple CEO, returns to the stage to talk up the iPhone.
  • Scott Forstall returns to the stage for some final words about iPhone 3.0. Free for iPhone owners. $9.95 for iPod Touch owners. Available worldwide June 17.
  • Software for guitar amplifier modeling app is impressive -- allows users to control effect, tuning and volume.
  • A final demo from Line6 and Planet Waves features an guitar amplifier modeling app.
  • Zipcar's app enables users to locate their cars: Tap a horn icon on your iPhone and the car’s horn sounds off. Tap an unlock icon and the car unlocks.
  • Zipcar's new iPhone app tracks and locates zipcar locations, and lists pricing and model info.
  • Zipcar's new iPhone app tracks zipcar locations for a particular locale, and notifies users of availability.
  • Apple's Scott Forestall returns to stage in full “Mr. Science” get-up. “When you connect sensors to the iPhone, the whole world becomes a laboratory.”
  • ngmoco:) shows off its newest game, Star Defense, which uses 3.0’s new in-app purchase feature. Game launches today, but its 3.0 features won’t work until 3.0 goes live.
  • TomTom Car Kit also keeps your phone charged.
  • TomTom Car Kit: uses iPhone 3.0’s accessory framework to offer a hands-free experience.
  • More iPhone features: in-app purchases, peer-to-peer support, accessories, and push notifications.
  • Airstrip Technologies, a medical app developer, offers realtime medical data delivered remotely to iPhone. Measurable and searchable.
  • And if you can't find your iPhone? The app features a remote wipe of all info.
  • The new "Find My iPhone" app.
  • Find My iPhone: Lose your phone and log in to Mobile Me, and the service will locate your phone for you.
  • Safari for iPhone now supports more than 30 languages, says Scott Forstall.
  • Safari for iPhone now boasts improved performance, HTTP audio and video streaming, auto-fill and HTML 5 support, says Apple SVP Scott Forstall.
  • Scott Forstall, Apple SVP talks through tethering: Works on Mac or PC, over USB or Bluetooth, with no need for additional software.
  • Seamless tethering: Works on Mac or PC, over USB or Bluetooth.
  • Spotlight search across the entire device and all apps.
  • Scott Forstall, Apple's SVP of iPhone Software, presents at WWDC.
  • Scott Forstall, SVP of iPhone Software, takes the stage.
  • 40 million sold -- iPhones and iPod touches.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple SVP of Software Engineering, gives preview of Snow Leopard.
  • Apple's Bertrand Serlet, SVP of Software Engineering, describes Snow Leopard features.
  • Bertrand Serlet, SVP of Software Engineering, announces Snow Leopard will be just $29 for Leopard users. Massive applause.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, talks about Snow Leopard.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, at WWDC.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, describes enhancements to mail.
  • Bertrand Serlet, SVP of Software Engineering, speaks about Apple partners.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, presents at WWDC.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, presents at WWDC.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, runs through new mail features.
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  • Bertrand Serlet, SVP of Software Engineering, at Apple's WWDC.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, speaks to memory enhancements.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, presents at WWDC.
  • Live from Apple's WWDC.
  • Running through features at WWDC.
  • Bertrand Serlet, SVP of Software Engineering at Apple.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, at WWDC.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, discusses Safari's lead vs. competitors.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, presents at WWDC.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, demos the Chinese character support.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, describes photo features.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, runs through new features.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, introduces Snow Leopard.
  • Bertrand Serlet, Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, critiques competitor Windows 7 as “fundamentally another version of Vista. It’s the same old technology."
  • CEO Paul Schiller kicks off Apple's WWDC.
  • CEO Paul Schiller describes Apple notebook features.
  • FireWire returns in the revised MacBook Pro 13-inch.
  • Features of the new 15-inch MacBook Pro.
  • Paul Schiller, CEO of Apple, announces pricing for new version of the 15-inch MacBook Pro.
  • Paul Schiller, CEO of Apple, announces new version of the 15-inch MacBook Pro.
  • Paul Schiller, CEO of Apple, announces new version of the 15-inch MacBook Pro.
  • Mac OS growth trend in active users, from WWDC.
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  • Welcome to WWDC 2009 in San Francisco.
  • John Hodgman as PC, welcoming attendees to WWDC and encouraging developers to slow down iPhone app development.
  • All Things Digital is well represented at WWDC: Walt Mossberg, Katie Boehret and John Paczkowski.
  • Live photo coverage of WWDC starts here.

Check out our WWDC 2009 Full-Coverage special feature for more WWDC news.


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