WWDC 2013, iOS 7 And OS X 10.9: Live Coverage

WWDC iOS 7 OS 10.9 LiveWith this year’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) currently underway, the anticipation amongst Apple fans couldn’t be higher. This multi-day event will commence with an opening keynote presentation at 10am Pacific Time (1pm ET), which is undeniably the highlight of the conference.

Although the event will also play host to various developer sessions, the keynote will reveal the future of Apple’s operating systems.

In spite of the the rather peculiar shortage of rumors surrounding this year’s conference, we’re certain Apple will unveil the next major OS X installment and the, hopefully, game-changing iOS 7 firmware update that’s expected to be released to the public this fall.

So you don’t miss out on the excitement of Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference, check below for important tweets pertaining to the event – this page is updated in realtime, so refresh your browser for the latest updates every five minutes or so.

Again, while the highlights of the conference are embedded below, you can also watch Apple’s live video stream of the event on your Apple TV or through their website (click here.


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  • Garrett Tallman

    Did the Retina MBP get a Haswell and wifi 802.11ac update like the Air did? I did not see anything mentioned about the Retina MBP or MBP.

  • http://www.facebook.com/prabhdeep.singh.779 Prabhdeep Singh

    Will there be an official broadcast by Apple for the live event??

    • Ian

      Yeah. Go to Apple’s website, click the WWDC on the bottom left, and play. You will need quicktime installed.

    • Matt Kraig

      Yes, It is on their homepage