Apple’s WWDC keynote will be taking place today at 10:00 a.m. Pacific / 1:00 p.m. Eastern and the rumors are flying about what will be revealed. Apple already announced last week that the event will focus on iOS 5, its new iCloud service, and Mac OS X Lion though surprisingly few leaks so far provide any specific details to date.
If you’ll be keeping an eye on what happens at WWDC and want to make things a little more fun, Handelabra Studio has released Expo Bingo to help you keep track of the announcements with a customized bingo game. Squares on the WWDC card include possibilities like “iPhone 5” and “Something Totally New” among several plausible and not-so-plausible announcements. Bingo cards are also available for keynotes at E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo which also starts today, and other events upon user request.
While there are no real prizes to be won, you can play along with the virtual audience and tweet your results. Expo Bingo is available for free and is compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
When it comes to what’s expected at WWDC, we’re most excited about iOS 5 and a revamped notification system. Last night TechCrunch posted a purported screenshot of iOS 5 showing a new notification system and they’re hearing that what’s shown in the image is the “right idea” about what’s coming in the next version iOS.
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Our sister site MacRumors will be covering the WWDC keynote live at MacRumorsLive.com and via Twitter through the @MacRumorsLive account. We’ll also summarize the announcements here in case you can’t catch any live coverage.