Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is almost upon us. This Monday, the keynote address will finally put an end to the rumors and predictions. And we'll finally get answers to the questions that have been swirling around the webs.

Why did Apple announce their agenda in advance this time, when they've never done that before? Will an iPhone 4S/5 unveiling really be omitted? Will Steve Jobs anchor the whole presentation, or will he make an appearance, then hand the reigns over to Tim Cook? And if there is no "One More Thing" — a phrase that doesn't have a trademark, but perhaps should — will the public really be satisfied with iOS 5, iCloud and OS 10.7/Lion? Would you be?

For the answers to this and more, join us for TechnoBuffalo's WWDC real-time coverage of the keynote address on Monday, with news and analysis throughout the day.


Apple WWDC 2011 Keynote
TechnoBuffalo real-time coverage starting @9 AM PST (12 PM EST)


Until then, let us know — what are you most hoping to see on Monday? Do you think the lack of an iPhone announcement, if it comes to that, would be a mistake? Or do you think holding it until fall is a good move? Tell us what you think in the comments below.