The biggest thing practically everyone was waiting for during the WWDC 2013 keynote was iOS 7. Apple previewed the newest version of its mobile operation system and showed the audience the new look and many new features. Jony Ive is not only good at designing hardware, he has now proven he can perform the same trick with software as well. The standing ovation was well deserved.
» iOS 7: New Look, Many New Features and Jony Ive
Apple has announced the new MacBook Air at the WWDC 2013 keynote. The MacBook Air has received the so called Haswell processors and also made some big improvements on battery life. As a cool surprise Phil showed a sneak peak of the all new Mac Pro. » MacBook Air Gets Update, Sneak Peak of New Mac Pro
During the WWDC 2013 keynote Apple gave a preview of the next version of Mac OS X. Craig Federighi showed the biggest new features of the latest version of the desktop operating system. It’s not called OS X Sea Lion as Craig joked, but OS X Mavericks. Click on the link below to read more.
» Mac OS X “Mavericks” Announced, Available This Fall
Only a few minutes to go before Tim Cook enters the stage and kicks off the Wordwide Developers Conference with the traditional Apple keynote. This two-hour presentation will preview new versions of both the Mac and iDevice operating systems. There have also been rumors about a possible music streaming service from Apple, nicknamed iRadio.
Traditionally the online Apple Store went offline a few hours ago. This usually indicates the arrival of new products, possibly new MacBooks. We hope Apple also manages to surprise us a bit by announcing new products or services nobody heard about. One way or another, this first Apple keynote of the year also seems to be the most anticipated one already.
Stay tuned for more information about product announcements and such, as iPhoneFreakz will be posting news about the keynote.
MacStories shot another photo of the banner inside the Moscone Center where its Worldwide Development Conference is taking place next week. The photo shows a extremely simple banner featuring a svelte number 7 against a minimalist background. 9to5mac also posted a photo of a banner with an X in the middle, similar to the iOS 7 banner. » More Photos Of OS X and iOS 7 Banners at Moscone West for WWDC 2013
9to5Mac has received information from a source that suggests the MacBook Air updates that are expected at WWDC will ship soon after the keynote.
Today, we have received specific pricing for the aforementioned SKUs, and the price-points correspond to Apple’s current pricing for the 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air models. We have yet to receive pricing information that points to the imminent availability of new MacBook Pros (as some had hoped), but perhaps the next refresh to Apple’s Pro portables will arrive in the coming months. Supply constraints to the Retina MacBook Pro line seems to infer that…
9to5mac also reports that they received pricing for three new accessories that could be new AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule models. » Pricing Leak Suggests MacBook Air and Pro Ship Soon After The Keynote?
One week ahead of the start of its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Apple has launched a WWDC2013 app for iOS to keep you updated with the latest news and events going on at the conference. All Registered Apple Developers can watch session videos from the conference as they are posted daily. » Apple Launches WWDC 2013 iOS App