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Scenes from WWDC 2019 — Developers line up for Tim Cook's keynote

WWDC 2019 is about to kick off. AppleInsider is there, and there is no shortage of excitement hitting social media to showcase the sights and sounds of the conference.

Excitement over Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is taking over Twitter and Instagram today as developers are checking in to the event at the convention center.

Early on Monday, Apple's CEO Tim Cook reached out to developers in a tweet that featured the WWDC 2019 "Dub Dub Sign"

Some developers were showing up as early as 3:30 in the morning.

Of course, there was no shortage of people who were ready to show off their swag, proudly sporting their new jackets and pins they recieved for attending the conference.

Naturally, there were many obligatory shots of the long lines of people eagerly waiting to get in for the keynote, set to start at 10:00 a.m. Pacific, 1:00 p.m. Eastern.

AppleInsider is checked in, and Daniel Eran Dilger spotted an augmented reality bowling alley set up in the center.

AppleInsider will be reporting live throughout WWDC 2019, starting with the keynote on Monday, June 3. Get every announcement as it happens by downloading the AppleInsider app for iOS, and by making sure to follow us on YouTube, Twitter @appleinsider, Facebook and Instagram.