Apple’s WWDC 2013: Top Stories From The Convention

On Monday, Apple unexpectedly restored its Apple Events channel just in time to offer a live video stream of the company’s eagerly awaited media event. As a result, a large global audience was able to watch the WWDC 2013 keynote as it took place. Apple has now shared video of the entire keynote on its …   Read More

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On Monday, Apple unexpectedly restored its Apple Events channel just in time to offer a live video stream of the company’s eagerly awaited media event. As a result, a large global audience was able to watch the WWDC 2013 keynote as it took place.

Apple has now shared video of the entire keynote on its website. To check out the 2-hour presentation, click here.

In case you missed it, here are some of the biggest stories to emerge from WWDC on Monday.

Demonstrating the vision of Apple’s design guru Jonathan Ive, iOS 7 “defines an important new direction and a beginning” for the iOS ecosystem. Delivering an immensely clean, flatter, and practically invisible new look for iOS, Apple CEO Tim Cook says “You are absolutely going to love iOS 7.”

They got the name wrong but the service right. In the days leading up to Monday morning’s opening keynote for WWDC 2013, industry analysts and market watchers alike were confident that Apple would introduce an online streaming music service called iRadio today.

As expected, Apple on Monday showed off what’s next for its Mac OS X operating system. Apple this morning is busy touting Mavericks, which the company says will be the start of the next 10 years of its Mac OS X operating system.

At this moment, Apple CEO Tim Cook is on stage at San Francisco’s Moscone Center, delivering the opening keynote for the 24th annual WWDC. Apple’s annual conference for iOS and Mac OS X developers began with a number of interesting revelations about Apple and how much the company has grown over the last twelve months.

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