Do you dream every night about something like iOS 6 or a refreshed Mac lineup? If yes, then blame the WWDC 2012, Apple's annual pilgrimage for developers, which is all set to kick off 10 a.m. PT on Monday at Moscone West center in San Francisco.

The latest round of rumors about the most anticipated announcements at this year's Worldwide Developer Conference has set the tech world on fire with Apple enthusiasts around the world going crazy about a number of products and services such as the upcoming version of Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 6, new MacBook Pros and Mac OS X Mountain Lion.

During the launch of the new iPad in March, Apple CEO Tim Cook himself suggested that his company is going to offer even more in 2012. If rumors are to be believed, iOS 6 would very probably be the main focus of the keynote as well as the follow-up sessions.

Apart from that, the Cupertino tech giant is expected to take the wraps off its new MacBook Air/Pro laptops with Retina graphics, new iMacs with more pixels and improved Apple TV. The company is also widely expected to tell us more about OS X Mountain Lion and offer updates for iCloud.

We have a great WWDC planned this year and can't wait to share the latest news about iOS and OS X Mountain Lion with developers, said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing in a statement.

When it comes to the next-generation iPhone, unofficially labeled the iPhone 5, Monday's conference is not expected to reveal much. The device is very likely to be introduced toward the latter half of this year (October, to be more precise).

Well, in just few hours we'll get know what Cook and his company have in store for us. Take a look at the local timings of the Apple event below:

  • 07:00 a.m. - Hawaii
  • 09:00 a.m.  - Alaska
  • 10:00 a.m.  - Pacific
  • 11:00 a.m.  - Mountain
  • 12:00 p.m. - Central
  • 01:00 p.m. - Eastern
  • 02:00 p.m. - São Paulo
  • 06:00 p.m. - London
  • 07:00 p.m. - Paris
  • 09:00 p.m. - Moscow
  • 10:30 p.m. - New Delhi
  • 02:00 a.m. - Tokyo (June 12)
  • 03:00 a.m. - Sydney (June 12)

For more information on the worldwide timings and dates, click here.

Apple is expected to make streaming and downloadable versions of the event available a few hours after the keynote. You can find Apple Keynotes here or on iTunes.

Although Apple won't provide any video streaming of the event, there are a number of websites where you can get the complete coverage of the Apple event. These sites will be live blogging the WWDC 2012 event:

1. The Verge Live Blog: The Verge will be live blogging from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco here.

2. iMore WWDC 2012 Keynote Live Blog: iMore will be live blogging the event here.

3. ArsTechnica Live Blog: You can visit this site for live updates of the WWDC 2012. Click here.

4. Macworld Live Update: Macworld will be reporting the latest happenings in the event here.

5. Ubergizmo Meta-Live Blog: Ubergizmo will be posting meta-liveblog updates here.

6. Wired Live Update: Wired will give live updates here.

7. Endgadget Live Blog: You can join Endgadget here for their blow-by-blow coverage of the WWDC 2012.

8. CNET Live Blog: CNET will bring you live news from the event here.

9. TechnoBuffalo Live Blog: TechnoBuffalo will be live blogging the event here.

10. Gizmodo Live Coverage: Visit Gizmodo here for live updates from WWDC 2012.

11. Mac Life Live Blog: Mac Life's live coverage of the event could be found here.

12. MacRumors Live Coverage: MacRumors will be live blogging the event here.

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