WWDC 2015

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WWDC 2015 – Apple’s next World Wide Developer Conference takes place at Moscone Center West in San Franciso starting June 8th.

Apple will unveil iOS 9, the highly anticipated next major update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, along with OS X 10.11, the next major release for Macs during the WWDC Keynote.

The Keynote will take place at 10 am PT or 1pm ET. Apple will live streaming the event. We will also be live-blogging, and bringing comprehensive coverage of the event, so don’t forget to join us on June 8th.

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