Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference kicks off today, with CEO Tim Cook and co. taking the stage at 1 p.m. EST to introduce new hardware and/or software products. The event will stream live on Apple’s website, but will be viewable only in Safari browsers (your iOS device ought to run it just fine). You can also watch it on Apple TV.
As is typical for the run-up to Apple events, the rumor mill has been working overtime lately. Word on the street is that the most likely product introductions include a Spotify-like music service, iOS 7, and the next version of Mac OS X. It’s unlikely we’ll see any new mobile hardware (that’s expected later this year), but they may freshen their desktop or laptop lineup.
So if you’re available, hop online at 1 p.m. EST to watch the event go down. We’ll be there live, so keep an eye on Slide To Play for the biggest news to come out of WWDC 2013.
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