It's been an interesting year for Apple since the last WWDC, with news about falling stock paired with news about the App Store hitting a 50 billion download milestone and the iPhone's strong showing domestically. But according to Apple CEO Tim Cook's introductory note for WWDC 2013, things are looking great for the Cupertino, California based tech giant.
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Sunday night probably felt like Christmas Eve to many MacLife.com readers, because the 2013 edition of Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) kicks off at 10am PST (1pm EST) on Monday, where it appears Cupertino will dazzle us with iOS 7, the next version of OS X and presumably other goodies that may or may not include a MacBook Air refresh. Be sure to come back and find out what they are with our full coverage of the event!
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Streaming services seem to be big news this week as everyone tries to figure out how to capitalize on that space and be your next big content provider. Amazon picks up Netflix's spurned shows, while Hulu's on the auction block and seriously, are they really going to call it iRadio? That and more streaming your way after the jump.
Looks like all those rumors about Jony Ive's extreme makeover of iOS and Mac OS are true, after all. In preparation for WWDC this week, San Francisco's Moscone Center has been draped with banners depicting thin, minimalist sevens and Xs as captured by readers of 9to5Mac. Although the banners give little away, it's clear that they mark a significant departure from the iOS and Mac OS stylings we've seen in the past.