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Apple Confirms WWDC Keynote Presentation Will Be Monday June 10th

In an unsurprising announcement, Apple has confirmed that the keynote address for the Worldwide Developers Conference will be at the Moscone Center on June 10, the first day of the conference.

The company did not disclose any speakers or agenda, but Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to take the stage with other Apple executives to present new versions of both OS X and the iOS operating systems.

Prior WWDC keynotes have started at 10 AM Pacific time.

Tickets for the 2013 WWDC sold out in two minutes this year, an all-time record for the event.

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75 months ago
MMXIII, just 2013, or maybe a hint of what's to come?

Mac Pros
X as in OSX
iPad mini

You never know!
Rating: 44 Votes
75 months ago
* "Good Morning!"
* "We are very excited!"
* "This is a great time to be at Apple"
* Updates about the business
* iOS 7
* iCloud Updates
* iRadio
* OS X 10.9
* Haswell MacBooks
* Mac Pro
* Curtain
Rating: 27 Votes
75 months ago
Hopefully they'll live stream it as demand is clearly very high and I really enjoyed being able to watch the last keynote through Apple TV. It was nice to sit on a sofa and enjoy the keynote rather than finding dodgy live footage from some obscure website somewhere. Or just watching a bunch of text and images update on a monitor.
Rating: 15 Votes
75 months ago
I wonder if they will stream it live this time, considering the unprecedented demand.
Rating: 14 Votes
75 months ago
1pm for WWDC and 9pm for the Playstation 4 E3 conference in est. Sounds like a great day.
Rating: 11 Votes
75 months ago
Who wants to guess no new hardware?
Rating: 10 Votes
75 months ago


I fear Apple has disappointed so much in recent years, that they can't hope to live up to the expectations people have for them to right the ship.


The problem is people expect unicorns, but we live on Earth.
Rating: 10 Votes
75 months ago
Piece of advice to forum members here.

Go in with no or low expectations and then you'll be happily surprised or even excited. The higher you raise that bar - the more angry posts will follow.
Rating: 8 Votes
75 months ago
Mac Pro .. Please
Rating: 7 Votes
75 months ago

One more thing maybe?

I think "One More Thing" rests in peace with Steve.
Rating: 7 Votes

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