Apple’s just announced that it’ll hold its WorldWide Developer’s Conference keynote this coming Monday from 10am PST. That’s right, it’s happening during Microsoft’s E3 press conference.
The Apple keynote will introduce the company’s next OSX, Lion, as well as iOS 5 and the company’s upcoming Cloud services.
CEO Steve Jobs will help present the keynote alongside “a team of Apple executives.”
Microsoft’s E3 press conference will begin at 9:30am at the USC Galen Center, with doors opening from 9am.
Apple confirmed that it would hold its WWDC keynote during E3 week back in March.
The company went further before that, however, holding its iPad 2 reveal across the street from GDC, where Nintendo president Satoru Iwata had just wrapped up a keynote which seen him attack smartphone culture.