Monday, June 10, 2013

MC2 Post 1614 Apple to Stream its WWDC Keynote Monday

The company will broadcast its keynote 

starting at 10 a.m. PT on Monday, 
via the usual routes --  

iPad, iPhone, 
Apple TV, and Mac.


Apple's WWDC 2013: Rumors 

and Expectations

Apple's 24th annual developers conference kicks off next week, 
and will be the company's first event in more than seven months.

Apple's Annual Developers Conference is Today at 10:00 PDT.

The conference lasts the entire week, but the highlight is Monday's keynote address, where Apple typically announces new products and services. This year, Apple has only said it will give developers new versions of iOS and OS X software, though there's likely to be a surprise or two.


One of the surprises seems to be the "Live" 
Streaming of  Monday's Keynote Address.

"Welcome to Amateur Hour."
A re-purposing of a statement by Jobs about 
You Tube styled broadcasts...

One can only Hope: Noah Wyle shows up...
Otherwise, Apple Keynote is toast.

((AKA: Boring...))

But I'll Listen  Anyway with the TWIT gang,

of  Leo Laporte and the
Tech News Today

Tom Merritt
Sarah Lane
Iyaz Akhtar
and Jason Howell.


Here's a comprehensive guide on what to look forward to.






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