WWDC 2013 Live: Apple keynote, new Mac Pro and redesigned iOS 7

Apple is kicking off its Worldwide Developers Conference at San Francisco's Moscone Center with a keynote event.
(Chris O’Brien / Los Angeles Times)

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference has kicked off with a keynote event in which the Cupertino tech giant rolled out a smaller Mac Pro, a MacBook Air with a longer battery life, a redesigned iOS 7, and dropped the “cat” theme in naming its Mac OS.

Every year, Apple uses the WWDC to showcase the latest versions of its mobile and desktop operating systems. That’s the case this year too, but Apple might also announce a new live-streaming radio music service similar to Pandora.

You can follow our live coverage here, or you can also tune in and watch the event live. Simply head to Apple’s website using the Apple Safari browser, or if you have an Apple TV, there should be a special channel that you can tune into.


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