Liveblog: Apple’s WWDC 2013 Keynote

Ladies and gentlemen, today is the day. We’ve been waiting over half a decade for an iOS visual refresh, are we going to see it this year’s WWDC? That’s what the rumors say. Beyond a fresh coat of paint, however, there are some features we want to see brought to what’s arguably the most successful smartphone and tablet platform currently on the market. Will Apple answer our dreams?

Oh and let’s also not forget about Mac OS X 10.9, new MacBook Airs, and MacBook Pros.

This Monday will be ridiculous; make sure you’re here at 10 AM California USA time for our liveblog! You can check this post to find out when it starts in your time zone.

  • me

    Don’t dream, get a device you can customize!

    • Droid

      Android

  • IP5

    hopefully it’s not ridiculously disappointing.

  • http://twitter.com/MrAmato12 James

    I’m praying they have a surprise announcement of a new iPhone, in reality it is a slim chance. But a boy can hope.

  • sandeep

    new i phone will be some where next year or may you may hear of it in the fall of 2013

  • Lasse

    how to wash apple event on windows?? :)

  • Me

    The commentary was funny for about 5 minutues, but now it’s getting rather boring

  • Lasse

    how to wash apple event on windows?? :)

    • RandomGamer342

      You want to wash the entire event? I’m sure it’s clean enough already with apple’s children safety mentality

      • Lasse

        I want to wash what is happing right now..

        • Bob Saget

          He’s making fun of you for saying “wash” and not watch.

  • brice

    no new iphone or ipad announcement dang!

  • Pacomacman

    Well after seeing what Apple have done with iOS I now regret buying an HTC One. Apart from the fact they’ve dropped coverflow in the music app iOS7 looks awesome.

    • bcsc

      Yes they have done a great job of adding a new theme, adding toggles, fragmenting it further by blocking new features from old iPhones and what else…. I guess that’s all.

      • RandomGamer342

        How’s all those 50-60% of devices running gingerbread for ya?

        • bcsc

          Actually 30-40%. The thing is that every single Android device ever made can be updated to the latest OS. Its called AOSP. Look into it, XDA while you’re at it. It makes that percent you mentuoned nothing but choice. If those 50-60 as you claim wanted to update, they could. The difference is that Apple users cant and Android users don’t.

  • Pacomacman

    iOS7 makes Android look like it was designed by a 3 year old!

  • hahaha

    Who ever that guy was blogging must of been seriously HIGH!! hahahahahahaha, amused me..