What to expect – and hope for – from Apple’s WWDC 2013 keynote

“Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is right around the corner, and the company’s opening keynote on June 10 will be its first public event in months,” Andrew Cunningham writes for Ars Technica. “The recent dry spell hasn’t stopped the rumor mill from churning—if anything, the absence of actual news has only fueled the speculation about the company’s plans. Apple watchers are looking for something big, and even if you only subscribe to the most plausible rumors it looks like they’re going to get it.”

“We’ve been following all of these rumors as they’ve unfolded, taking note of which ones seem likely based on Apple’s public statements (and the company’s past behavior),” Cunningham writes. “What follows is a list of what we think Apple is going to talk about on Monday—even if Apple doesn’t have any big surprises up its sleeve, it looks like it will be a busy keynote.”

What we expect (and what we want) from Apple’s WWDC keynote:
• iOS 7
• OS X 10.9
• iRadio
• iCloud, Maps, and other services
• MacBook Air
• Retina (and non-Retina) MacBook Pro
• Mac Pro

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]


  1. I will go out on a limb and suggest the colored rounded squares on the early ads are a stack of the iWatch in multi-colors…hopefully they are not J. Ive’s new icons.

    1. But, but, but, everyone says you don’t need any storage, you put everything into the cloud and stream it. That’s the future, dammit!
      Well, it would be, if everyone had ubiquitous low-cost or free, high-speed, wide-bandwidth data connections.
      Most places I go in the UK, I’m lucky if I get two or three bars of 3G service, and as for widely available free wifi, well that’s a joke, BT’s Openzone never connects, O2’s forces me to go through a connection screen every time my connection drops out, and I’m an O2 customer! An iPhone or iPod with at least 256Gb of storage for all my music and native maps for navigation is becoming essential.

  2. Hoping to see the iPhone being available in choice of colors and storage up to 500 GB!! (is that asking for too much!)
    This apart from a Ivy-ized version of iOS7

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