Monday, June 10, 2013

Apple WWDC 2013 liveblog!



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"Next I'd like to talk about iCloud."
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Phil is off, big applause! Tim Cook is back.
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There's a session tomorrow where Pixar will be showing some realtime animation running on the new Pro. You'll want to check that out.
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Assembled here in the USA! So this is it, this is the one Tim Cook was talking about earlier.
  • RYAN BLOCKUSA! USA! USA!

    Hopefully this thing will fare better than the Nexus Q.
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Coming "later this year."
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"It is a stunning product. This is without doubt the future of the Pro desktop."
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Mind you, all the expansion is external, which is how it's so small. There are a TON of ports on the back, 4 USB 3, 6 Lightning 2 ports. And, the ports light up too!
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Wow, it's tiny compared to the current MacPro, barely as tall as the power button.
  • TIM STEVENS1/8th the volume.
RYAN BLOCK 8:01 PM
Specs. Lots of specs. The new Mac Pro has specs, my friends. All of them.
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"For those of you who use OpenCL, and you all know you should..." it's 7 teraflops of performance. And, yes, it supports 4K displays.
  • TIM STEVENSThree of them, in fact. 4K Cinema Coming?
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"This is the first Mac ever that comes standard with dual GPUs." AMD FirePro graphics, two of 'em.
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Everything is external over Thunderbolt 2, 20Gbps throughput, 6 devices per port and backwards compatible.
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"It's 10 times faster than any hard drive you could put in a Mac Pro before."
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Flash storage, PCIe with 1.25GBps reads!
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ECC memory, 1,866MHz DDR3 memory. 60GBps performance.
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12-core Intel Xeon processor, 256-bit processor.
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It's a "new unified thermal core."
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"This is a machine unlike anything we've ever made inside and out."
RYAN BLOCK 7:58 PM
"Can't innovate anymore my ass." Zing! Huge, huge applause.
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Okay, it's cylindrical! Just like Star Trek IV!
  • TIM STEVENSSomeone get us some whales up in here.
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Good lord my ears hurt.
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We're seeing footage of something, very abstract. It's... curved.
RYAN BLOCK 7:57 PM
BASS.
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Things are shaking.
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WHOA bass.
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Whoa, bass.
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Lights are lowing, bass is flowing.
RYAN BLOCK 7:56 PM
Phil's giving the Mac Pro a "grand introduction." They dropping it out of an airplane?
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It's going to get a "grand introduction that is unlike any introduction we've had for any other product."
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He's saying this has to last "another 10 years" and that it's "truly revolutionary and truly radical."
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"We didn't want to just make another new version ... What could be possible for the future of a pro desktop?"
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"Video editors, musicians, product designers count on products like Mac Pro to get their work done."
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It's the Mac Pro!
  • RYAN BLOCKHey, I remember that thing!
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"I'm going to do something different. We're going to do something different..." They're going to give us a sneak peek on something. "Only because you're 6,000 of our most important friends."
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TIM STEVENS 7:55 PM
So, no visual refresh, just Haswell on the inside.
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"We're really proud that we lead the industry in the most environmentally friendly products." Energy Star 5.2, EPEAT Gold, arsenic-free and mercury-free displays, PVC-free and they're all "highly recyclable."
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11-inch with 128GB starts at $999. 13-inch with 128GB is $1099. They ship today!
RYAN BLOCK 7:54 PM
I'm glad they're improving the antenna configuration in the new AirPort Extreme, but let's get out there and say it: this thing looks totally ridiculous.
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There's a hard drive in there, so it can do Time Capsule, either 2 or 3TB. And, there's beamforming for enhanced performance to a given device.
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There's a new AirPort Base Station, it's just 4 inches wide but 6.5-inches tall.
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802.11ac WiFi, which gives you up to 3x the performance.
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10 hours of iTunes movies, says Phil. "You can watch almost the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy!" Not the Extended Edition, Phil.
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Big, big applause for that.
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11-inch is going from 5 hours of battery life up to 9! The 13-incher goes from 7 hours to 12!
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He's promising "all-day battery life." It's the 4th Gen Core (Haswell), with 2X GPU, 40% faster graphics than before and far better battery life.
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There's an "entirely new line" of MacBook Airs!
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"The MacBook Air really gave us a direction of where the notebook can go."
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"I'd like to talk to you about the MacBook Air."
  • TIM STEVENSAnd we'd love to talk to you!
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TIM STEVENS 7:50 PM
"Good morning everyone!"
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Phil Schiller is now coming up on stage!
  • RYAN BLOCKAnd that means hardware!
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The final release comes this fall.
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Preview of OS X Mavericks is available today for developers, which they're very excited about.
RYAN BLOCK 7:50 PM
Interesting: the red / yellow / green windowing jewels are hidden in the iBooks chrome. I'd expect more of this to come.
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"Mavericks is a fantastic release."
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"We now remember your passwords so they're available to you across all your devices."
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"Mavericks continues making your digital life follow you easily from device to device."
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"And that is iBooks in Mavericks."
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Notes appear in the sidebar when you extend the window and you can get a view of all notes that you can click through. Or, you can use notes as study cards.
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We're also adding a note, highlighting text and typing it in.
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We're seeing some of the interactive functionality in that book, checking out a zoomable cellular structure of a leaf. "It's a really great way to learn."
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We're bringing up E.O. Wilson's "Life on Earth" which was one of the debut textbooks at the event last year.
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It's a two-page interface by default, totally flat, no shading to represent pages.
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And finally, looking at iBooks.
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You can look at the details of a calendar and see how long it will take to get to a given meeting. You can even have the travel time added to your calendar and get a notification when it's time to leave.
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"Even without the stitching the window still sticks to the screen. It doesn't fall off." Wow, this is a very anti-skeuomorphism crowd today!
  • RYAN BLOCKAAPL up $5 thus far. Just FYI.
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Next up is the new calendar.
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And, with two clicks it gets sent to the phone so you can find your way when you're on your way.
RYAN BLOCK 7:46 PM
Oh, fancy, Craig dines at Michelin 3-star restaurant Guy Savoy. Good choice.
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We're looking at info cards, starring a location that will show up in iOS as well.
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We're looking at the Maps app, in Paris. We're zooming in, POIs showing up and, as we zoom in closer, we get the flyover of course. Just like iOS.
  • TIM STEVENSGratuitous 3D demonstration now, which we've seen before.
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And, hey, it's demo time again!
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You can access the full, 1.8 million book library from your Mac. There's a simple, clean reading interface that you can use for taking notes.
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TIM STEVENS 7:43 PM
"Finally, we're bringing iBooks to the Mac."
RYAN BLOCK 7:43 PM
Send routes to your phone directly from maps: somewhere in Mountain View, someone on the Google Maps team is slapping their forehead.
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You can now send directions to your iPhone from the desktop app instantly, something that people are very excited about. Unlock your phone and you hop right into the nav. And, there's an SDK so that devs can do the same.
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"The Maps team is making fantastic updates..."
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Okay, time to talk Maps!
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It's all pastel colors, mostly flat, and a new preview of appointments that will give you a preview of location, weather, etc.
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"Absolutely no virtual cows were harmed in the making of this calendar."
  • RYAN BLOCKBut... my rich corinthian leather!
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Okay, time to talk Calendar now. It's wholly redesigned and, it must be said, rather flat.
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And, when you wake up your machine, all your missed notifications will sit right there in the lock screen for you to see.
  • TIM STEVENSSign of things to come on iOS?
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You can also get iOS push notifications on your Mac, and not just on your iPhone anymore.
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RYAN BLOCK 7:41 PM
I love 1Password. Quite a bit. But I am seriously pumped about iCloud Keychain.
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You can now reply to a Twitter message instantly right from the notification. You can delete emails instantly. You can also auto-reply to FaceTime calls.
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Notifications improvements, now.
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Credit cards can be saved, too, but not the security code.
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Safari can also auto-suggest a password for you! A super-secure one, of course, that you'd never remember. But, in theory, you won't have to. If you use Safari. Everywhere.
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"With iCloud Keychain, we can remember your website logins..." WiFi networks and other passwords too, synced across all your systems and AES-encrypted.
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"We have some more improvements that are really going to help with your browsing, and one is iCloud Keychain."
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If you scroll all the way to the bottom of an article in your Reading List, you immediately hop into the next article. Quite nice.
  • TIM STEVENSThis works whether the sidebar is open or closed.
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Now we're looking at a list of links shared on Twitter, a BBC Travel link. You can bookmark with one click, and easily re-share on Twitter.
RYAN BLOCK 7:38 PM
Hey, a bookmarks demo! Remember bookmarks? Anyone?
TIM STEVENS 7:37 PM
Now we're looking at the Safari sidebar, and hey, Autoblog is in the list! Good on 'em.
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He covered that window with itunes and the power usage dropped immediately. This is the App Nap feature, says Craig.
  • TIM STEVENSMr. Murph is wondering what this means for sites with realtime updates and the like, whether they'll be suspended in the background.
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We're looking at CPU activity in Safari now. He's going to famo.us and the power meter shoots up.
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Safari has improved scrolling too, and again things zip by very quickly. One person applauded. "Yeah, there's a fan of smooth scrolling!"
RYAN BLOCK 7:35 PM
New Apple superlative alert! "Epic." Someone start the epic counter?
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We're looking at scrolling speed in OS X now, in a large list with 100,000 messages. Very fast and smooth scrolling.
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It also has about one third the energy usage of Firefox too, says Craig, and now we're about to get a demo.
  • RYAN BLOCKSick burn, Craig. Way to hit 'em in the charts.
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"Safari is also awesome now when it comes to memory usage, using way less memory than other browsers."
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We're also seeing "profound" improvements in performance, 1.44x faster than Chrome in SunSpider says Craig.
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The home page is even better. There's a new sidebar with bookmarks and a Reading List that lets you scroll through articles. And, a Shared Links feature from Twitter and LinkedIN -- all the links shared by your friends.
  • TIM STEVENS...but not your friends on Facebook.
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WebKit is used in 1.5 billion devices, says Craig, and Safari is about to get even better.
RYAN BLOCK 7:33 PM
Side note: Craig Federighi is totally killing it. Smooth, man, smooth.
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Time to talk Safari now...
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"These are just two improvements to power and performance in Mavericks."
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Currently, Mac writes inactive apps to the disk. In Mavericks, it will compress those apps into memory. 1.4x performance improvement over Mountain Lion, even with an SSD.
RYAN BLOCK 7:32 PM
I'd love to know what that 72% of processor usage saved by timer coalescing actually equates to in battery life. I'm guessing it'll be a meaningful improvement.
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Compressed memory, now. "Nothing affects the performance of your Mac ... than it's ability to provide free memory to an app."
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It will "reduce CPU utilization for these scenarios up to 72 percent. It's pretty awesome."
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TIM STEVENS 7:30 PM
We're looking at CPU load overall now, and the transitions from full load to idle within the silicon.
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There's OpenGL 4...
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We're looking at performance and battery life performance, including things like "App Nap" that suspend apps that don't need to be sucking down your CPU.
RYAN BLOCK 7:29 PM
I love watching the Apple folks seed the applause in the audience. It starts way up at the very front of the audience in the VIP section, and makes its way back through the hall. Truth.
TIM STEVENS 7:29 PM
Okay, we're talking about other, advanced features.
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So now we have three apps running in full screen across three monitors, only one of which is actually connected physically.
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Now, we have a third monitor connected, again with a menu bar and a dock.
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Finally, we're connecting to an AppleTV.
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"Mission Control has just been supercharged for multiple displays."
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You can go full-screen and swipe spaces on the secondary display. We're looking at iPhoto full-screen on one display, Keynote on the other. And, he's dragging a photo from one to another.
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We're looking at two displays connected to a MacBook Pro. He's dragging windows across, and the menu bar appears on the second display. The Dock shows up too.
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Now, we're looking at multiple displays.
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When you search, now, tags appear and you can build those out to create more powerful searches.
RYAN BLOCK 7:26 PM
Tags. I'm so over tags. I thought we left tags in the last decade. No, wait, Apple says tags are in again. I love tags.
TIM STEVENS 7:26 PM
And, you can drag things into the tag area in Finder to assign that tag to them, very quick and simple.
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To create a new tag, you just type it. It's instantly added to Finder.
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Tags appear as shortcuts in the left sidebar in Finder. And, you can of course apply multiple tags to a given document.
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Tagging, now. We're saving a project plan and saving it in iCloud.
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"Now that I have multiple tabs, it's a really great way to actually work and copy documents." Just grab files, hover over a tab and you can drop them wherever you like.
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"Creating a tab is just as you'd expect, just click plus."
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It's Window -> "Merge all Windows" and they all go into tabs.
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Okay, we're getting a demo now, starting with Finder.
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And, you can pan spaces independently on each of the displays and, if you have an AirPlay-connected HDTV you can use it as a fully-featured display.
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People are literally groaning in excitement here. Wow.
  • RYAN BLOCKGood lord, calm down, nerds.
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Menus across multiple displays. Dock on multiple displays.
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"I'm not giving you all a free multiple display here."
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And multiple displays. Big applause for that!
RYAN BLOCK 7:23 PM
Craig:"Next: tagging."
Some dude in the audience: "YES!"
Craig: "Yes." (Points to the audience.) "That guy."
TIM STEVENS 7:23 PM
You can tag them anywhere, whether local or in iCloud, and you can find things across them all. Is this the future of folders on iCloud?
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Tags is feature number 2. You can add tags for a document when you save it, which will appear in the finder sidebar.
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And, you can go full-screen.
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"Sounds like you guys know how this is going to work." You can now combine a bunch of Finder windows together into tabs, with different locations and view modes. You can drag things across tabs.
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We're going to look at 3 of the new features, starting with Finder Tabs.
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"So for our first California themed release, we went just outside our back yard ... OS X Mavericks."
  • RYAN BLOCKSomewhere Sarah Palin is totally fist pumping.
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"The answer was really obvious to us. It's those places that really inspire us here in California."
RYAN BLOCK 7:21 PM
OS X: Grumpy Cat. Boom. Done.
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"Okay, maybe not."
TIM STEVENS 7:20 PM
Even he seemed confused by that.
TIM STEVENS 7:20 PM
It's OS X Sea Lion...?
TIM STEVENS 7:20 PM
"Maybe we could take this lion thing in a different direction."
RYAN BLOCK 7:20 PM
OS X: Liger.
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"We do not want to be the first software delayed due to a dwindling supply of cats."
RYAN BLOCK 7:20 PM
Comparing Windows 8 vs. Mountain Lion adoption, that's not exactly a fair graph. 10% adoption of Windows is still a totally ridiculous number by any measure.
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Mountain Lion is of course the ninth version, but as we turn to the 10th "we've hit a real issue."
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Craig Federighi is up on stage!
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"We're making the best Macs we've ever made, but we're not standing still."
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28 million copies of Mountain Lion have been shipped, the best selling release of all Mac versions in the past. About 35 percent of users have updated, versus less than 5 percent for Windows 8.
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RYAN BLOCK 7:19 PM
The iMac is the number one desktop in the US. Hm, wasn't it already? Either way, that's some pretty healthy growth in a pretty stale space.
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"For us it's never been about making the most." Apple cares more about quality, says Tim.
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"The Mac business has out-paced the PC business for several years now." Mac growth is 100 percent over the past 5 years, vs. 18 percent for the PC.
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The new iMac is now the #1 desktop in the US, and the MacBook is the #1 notebook in the US.
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Okay, time to talk Mac. 72 million Mac users now, double what it was five years ago.
RYAN BLOCK 7:17 PM
Gotta hand it to those guys, takes serious guts to show your pre-release wireless robotics product in this kind of environment. Tip o' the hat.
TIM STEVENS 7:17 PM
Tim is thanking all the developers here for their apps. Big applause, as well there should be!
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"I think it's a great example of the power of your incredible apps and the power of the Apple ecosystem."
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Tim is back! "Incredibly fun, I think these guys are going to be super successful."
BRIAN HEATER 7:17 PM
Coming on strong with gaming during E3 week. Bold move.
TIM STEVENS 7:16 PM
"We are a robotics and AI company and what you see here is only the beginning."
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Releasing this fall, and the app is on the App Store today.
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"The real fun starts when you take control of these cars yourselves."
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"This is a videogame in the real world ... We are taking everything we love about videogames and programming them into actual objects you can touch."
TIM STEVENS 7:16 PM
Huge applause for that! Very glad I watched Death Race 2000 over the weekend to prepare for this liveblog.
BRIAN HEATER 7:15 PM
This is going to be a great gambling app.
TIM STEVENS 7:15 PM
He's got weapons! Just blew the other cars off the track!
  • BRIAN HEATER"Weapons enabled."
TIM STEVENS 7:15 PM
They're swerving back and forth to block him!
TIM STEVENS 7:15 PM
Okay, the other cars are going to try to block the other cars.
RYAN BLOCK 7:15 PM
Whoa, that got a little awkward for a moment there. Glad they stuck the landing.
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He's going way fast and zipping around the other cars, passing them with wild abandon.
  • TIM STEVENSNot as good a driver as me, mind, but he's pretty good.
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Okay, it's working. Applause!
TIM STEVENS 7:14 PM
"Just a little camera shy."
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Here we go, the cars are moving again.
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It's painfully quiet in the room right now.
RYAN BLOCK 7:14 PM
I'm reasonably sure that Apple has never launched someone else's company on stage before. That I'm aware of.
TIM STEVENS 7:14 PM
... oh no, starting with a demo fail!
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Uh oh... the smart car didn't work.
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They sense the track 500 times per second and communicate back to an iPhone, that's controlling it all.
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They're making formations and following each other around!
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They're driving themselves, we're told, all controlled over Bluetooth LE.
TIM STEVENS 7:13 PM
There are two little cars that are driving around the track.
TIM STEVENS 7:12 PM
"Anki Drive is the name of the product, and he just unrolled a printed race track on the floor!
TIM STEVENS 7:12 PM
"With the help of iOS devices we are bringing those robotics and AI technologies out of the labs."
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TIM STEVENS 7:12 PM
He has a poster of some sort. "We started Anki while working on our Phds in robotics at CMU."
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TIM STEVENS 7:12 PM
Boris Sofman CEO and co-founder is going to show us something.
TIM STEVENS 7:11 PM
We're seeing a launch of a new company called Anki, using iOS devices to bring AI and robotics "into our daily lives" says Tim.
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TIM STEVENS 7:11 PM
"One of the things we love about the app store is that it levels the playing field between large developers and small developers."
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TIM STEVENS 7:10 PM
"The momentum is incredible. We paid out $5 billion of that just in the last year." That's 3X more than all other platforms combined, Tim is saying.
RYAN BLOCK 7:10 PM
"That we're aware of." This is Cook's new crutch phrase.
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TIM STEVENS 7:10 PM
$10 billion has been paid out to developers!
TIM STEVENS 7:10 PM
"We have 575 million accounts" in the store, "most" with credit cards and one-click buying. "We have more accounts with credit cards than any store on the internet that we're aware of."
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RYAN BLOCK 7:09 PM
Hard to believe the App Store is five years old. Also hard to believe that people in the early days really thought the iPhone would never get apps.
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TIM STEVENS 7:09 PM
"That's a lot of zeroes, and a truly staggering number in less than five years." More than 900,000 apps in the store. 90 percent of those are downloaded each month. 375,000 apps for iPads in particular.
TIM STEVENS 7:09 PM
50 billion app downloads!
TIM STEVENS 7:09 PM
The App Store turns five next month. "Nothing like the App Store existed before, and it has fundamentally changed the world."
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TIM STEVENS 7:08 PM
"Berlin is a fantastic store in a great location. Only Apple could do this."
TIM STEVENS 7:08 PM
Video over, big applause, Tim Cook is back.
TIM STEVENS 7:08 PM
And, of course, smiling children. What would a store launch be without smiling children?
TIM STEVENS 7:08 PM
Happy people waving, Apple bags held aloft.
TIM STEVENS 7:08 PM
Of course, massive lines, massive crowds, lots of clapping and cheering people.
RYAN BLOCK 7:07 PM
Templated early WWDC: our stores are killing it, we opened this beautiful new location, here's a video!
TIM STEVENS 7:07 PM
We're seeing some footage of the opening, of course. It's a very nice, wide, and of course well-lit store.
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TIM STEVENS 7:07 PM
Hey, they made a video of the opening. Shocker!
TIM STEVENS 7:07 PM
"The theater is integral to the building but separate from the store and we'll be hosting many events throughout the year" -- music, films and more he says.
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TIM STEVENS 7:06 PM
There are 407 stores in 14 countries, and he's showing off the new Berlin store. "It is really awesome. It's in a 100 year old building. It was originally one of the first theaters in Berlin."
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TIM STEVENS 7:06 PM
He's talking about kids taking field trips and millions of people going to the stores for training.
TIM STEVENS 7:06 PM
Over one million people per day visit Apple Stores, Tim says. "Our stores have become integral parts of the communities that they serve."
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TIM STEVENS 7:05 PM
Okay, we're going to start with Apple Retail updates.
TIM STEVENS 7:05 PM
"We're sorry we couldn't accomodate everyone, it's the biggest venue we could get." Tim is reminding that you can follow remotely.
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TIM STEVENS 7:05 PM
The show sold out in 71 seconds!
TIM STEVENS 7:05 PM
"The developer program is incredibly vibrant. We have over six million registered developers with 1.5 million of those added in the last year alone. Demand for this show has never been greater."
RYAN BLOCK 7:05 PM
WWDC is the longest running developer conference? I believe that. Although I think we're long overdue for Apple to break things out into multiple events throughout the year.
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TIM STEVENS 7:04 PM
100 sessions, 120 labs and 1,000 Apple engineers for this week.
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TIM STEVENS 7:04 PM
"No hazing from the upper classmen."
TIM STEVENS 7:04 PM
This is the 24th WWDC. Attendees from more than 60 countries, and 2/3 of the people here are first-timers.
TIM STEVENS 7:04 PM
"I'm really glad you liked that. Those words mean a great deal to us, and you'll see that reflected a great deal today. Welcome ot the Worldwide Developers Conference. You're going to have an incredible week."
RYAN BLOCK 7:04 PM
Huge, uproarious cheering for Tim. Then again, we are seated next to the VIP section, which is stocked with hundreds of senior Apple people...
TIM STEVENS 7:03 PM
"Thank you! Thank you!"
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Tim Cook is on stage! Huge applause!
TIM STEVENS 7:03 PM
"Only then do we sign our work."
TIM STEVENS 7:03 PM
"We perfect, we start over, until everything we touch enhances each life it touches."
TIM STEVENS 7:03 PM
The video is haunting, simple, beautiful... flat, admittedly.
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"Then we begin to craft our invention. It takes time."
TIM STEVENS 7:02 PM
"Delight, surprise, love, connection?"
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"Designing something requires focus, the first thing we ask is what do we want people ot feel?"
RYAN BLOCK 7:02 PM
Kicking off with a video. I miss @Hodgman. Circles.
TIM STEVENS 7:02 PM
"How can anyone perfect anything? we start to confuse convenience with joy."
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TIM STEVENS 7:01 PM
Big applause as the lights go down, we're seeing a video.
RYAN BLOCK 7:01 PM
Lights are going down. Crowd is cheering. We ride.
BRIAN HEATER 7:01 PM
The lights they are dimming.
TIM STEVENS 7:01 PM
Here go the lights. We're ready to begin!
TIM STEVENS 7:01 PM
Apple folks are looking a little antsy, they've been working up to this for a long time.
RYAN BLOCK 7:00 PM
Vampire Weekend: official musical act of the WWDC 2013 keynote. They are seriously burning through the entire catalog this morning.
MAT SMITH 7:00 PM
Device are being ordered into silent mode. Everyone's been warned.
BRIAN HEATER 7:00 PM
One more thing... A Vampire Weekend-branded 5th Generation iPod.
TIM STEVENS 7:00 PM
Almost ready... stay on target...
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RYAN BLOCK 6:59 PM
I don't know about you folks, but I can't wait for the entire hour block in them middle of the keynote usually reserved for highly repetitive app demos. Let's do this!
BRIAN HEATER 6:59 PM
And one final Vampire Weekend song for good measure.
TIM STEVENS 6:59 PM
"Ladies and gentlemen..." -- we're almost there. They just asked us to mute our phones.
BRIAN HEATER 6:58 PM
Last minute prediction: Apple Xbox.
TIM STEVENS 6:58 PM
Two minutes...
BRIAN HEATER 6:57 PM
They're seating a few more folks up front. Looks like it's about go time.
TIM STEVENS 6:57 PM
Just a few minutes away from beginning!
TIM STEVENS 6:56 PM
We're just a few minutes away and connectivity is really struggling here. Hang on tight...
RYAN BLOCK 6:56 PM
These days we sit in a room of four to six thousand engineers (and press), chewing up every last bit of the already saturated airwaves. If you wanted to write a research paper on how to push the absolute outer boundaries of wireless data, WWDC's keynote session would be a great place to start.
TIM STEVENS 6:52 PM
@vamsi_yuvaraj: "We have seen you just now in the live video stream!" -- Was it my good side?
RYAN BLOCK 6:52 PM
Keep in mind, back in 2004 and 2005, cellular data was a total joke. This was pre-3G. We would literally have stringers USB-tethering their Nokias to send updates over GPRS. And you can imagine how reliable THAT was. The more things change...
RYAN BLOCK 6:51 PM
In the wee early days of Engadget, Apple held many of its press conferences in the significantly smaller California Theater in San Jose. Online publications having access? Yeah right. We'd have to find willing parties from print publications -- who were happy to file later -- to string us information.
TIM STEVENS 6:51 PM
By the way, we are now TEN minutes away from keynote commencement. Are you ready? We sure are.
TIM STEVENS 6:50 PM
By the way, Microsoft's E3 event is trucking along right this very moment! Microsoft just announced a new Xbox 360! Because, why not?
RYAN BLOCK 6:49 PM
Because I'm now the designated Old Timer, let's recount what this whole racket used to be like way, way back in the day.
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TIM STEVENS 6:49 PM
Eddy Cue is sitting right in front of us. I'm wondering what sort of Ferrari keys he has in his pocket. 458? FF? California?
TIM STEVENS 6:48 PM
@Rip4ever: "the biggest thing I want from WWDC is that all iWorks documents look and act the same on OSX AND iOS7." -- That's always been the dream and the plan, but I've had issues too.
TIM STEVENS 6:47 PM
@BigDaadee: "My prediction is that Tim will change the company name from Apple to Cookie. The new company mascot will be the cookie monster." -- I think that's something we could all om nom nom.
TIM STEVENS 6:46 PM
@butterchickennn: "can we have Tim's picture so that we know what exactly is he wearing?" -- Uh, what are YOU wearing?
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@petemichaelson: "The ability to get an "official" Plex App for my Apple TVs would be enough for me; I'm a pretty happy Apple user." -- Apps (particularly games) on Apple TV is something I've been waiting for for a long time. I wouldn't be surprised if we finally see it today.
RYAN BLOCK 6:44 PM
Tim and Darren are negotiating furiously with the keynote staff to get access to Apple's super secret private network. I heard something about a runner stringing some Ethernet out to our section.
TIM STEVENS 6:43 PM
@aetheridiculous: "Forget the iWatch. iRing is where it's at. Doubles as mouse and wireless iPhone mic. You heard it here first. Budget? iWring." -- iWouldn't bet on it.
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BRIAN HEATER 6:42 PM
I'm hearing a report that there's no line for the women's room and the men's room is out to the street. Doesn't bode well for the bladder-challenged developer community.
TIM STEVENS 6:42 PM
@jasonhermosa: "I'm hoping for an Android-like iOS, this time. Widgets and toggles and stuff." -- I know of an OS that has all those things...
TIM STEVENS 6:40 PM
By the way, we just spotted Jony Ive in the house. Just in case you were wondering if he'd show.
  • RYAN BLOCKOldmeme. Just kidding. But seriously though.
BRIAN HEATER 6:40 PM
Oh, Tim, I'm liveblogging on AirDrop. Five stars.
TIM STEVENS 6:39 PM
Okay, first major disconnection here. Things are already getting worrying and we're 20 minutes away!
RYAN BLOCK 6:39 PM
Wow, connectivity here is absolutely brutal. House WiFi: down. Verizon LTE: down. AT&T: barely hanging on. We're doing our best here.
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BRIAN HEATER 6:38 PM
@butterchickennn "Why don't you understand? These songs in the background are being played by iRadio." Yeah, maybe. Or maybe Vampire Weekend is being held captive behind the stage. 50 / 50, I'd say.
BRIAN HEATER 6:37 PM
What's that? More Vampire Weekend, you say? My money's on the unveiling of some Apple pastel polo shirts.
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@randy_mentz: "iOS 7 wish list item: a file management system. Finder for iOS!" -- BLASPHEMY. But, seriously, I would love to see that too.
BRIAN HEATER 6:36 PM
‏@EricFromCanada "Sufjan Stevens: 'Seven Swans' " Someone always has to go and invoke Sufjan.
TIM STEVENS 6:36 PM
@Fred_Venturi "Hopefully we'll get retina macbook airs today! Thin and sexy!" -- That would be a lovely thing, but everything I'm hearing says otherwise. Still, hopefully the new 13 is thin enough.
BRIAN HEATER 6:35 PM
@Pianoaussie "seven bridges road" Don't know that one. I'm also partial to "Seventh Son" by Mose Allison. Maybe we'll all be listening to it on Apple's new radio service by the end of the day.
TIM STEVENS 6:34 PM
@jyotilm: " I have my money on Apple announcing the discovery of alien life" -- Silicon-based?
  • BRIAN HEATERAndroid-based, weirdly.
BRIAN HEATER 6:34 PM
@CSHCastro: "I just want to be featured on the live blog ! Hi guys :) " First one's free, Chance.
TIM STEVENS 6:33 PM
@oldarobot: "You know it would be pretty awesome if they let us airplay our macs to ours iPads then use the touch display to control it" -- That would be pretty awesome indeed.
BRIAN HEATER 6:32 PM
Of course, this isn't Ryan's first liveblog. Ryan invented liveblogging in the mid-80s, during a Psychedelic Furs show.
TIM STEVENS 6:32 PM
Wow, the connection is already struggling here. If we go dark, know that we gave it all in the interest of bringing you, dear readers, the news.
RYAN BLOCK 6:32 PM
What's the over/under on Apple's livestream crapping out today? I'm sure someone in Vegas has odds.
  • BRIAN HEATER99.7 percent.
TIM STEVENS 6:31 PM
@ChaseFailey "Predict it'll be hour of Tim Cook laughing as a series of orphans are wheeled on stage to ask about taxes. Or new tech, maybe." -- More likely the latter, but Al Gore is here, so you never know...
BRIAN HEATER 6:31 PM
Favorite "Seven" songs? I'm going with "Seven Nation Army" today.
BRIAN HEATER 6:30 PM
I'm guessing iTunes integration at first, with a standalone app coming, Podcast-style.
TIM STEVENS 6:30 PM
@chungofftmac: "what are the chances with get one more thing and it is the iwatch? (Or itv. Or apps on Apple TV)" -- Oh there's always a chance. It'd be pretty mind-blowing if we got a watch today, but my hopes are not high.
TIM STEVENS 6:29 PM
@LuisDzo "Is the iRadio rumour strong? Will it work through iTunes or its own App?" -- Super strong. I could see it going either way -- taking a page from Spotify with its own app, or a page from Google and tying right into the standard media player. If they want to go cross-platform, it'll be its own app. But I think it would be better integrated into iTunes.
BRIAN HEATER 6:29 PM
This is Ryan's first Engadget liveblog of the decade, by the way. Please make him feel welcome. @ryan.
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TIM STEVENS 6:28 PM
@fede777 just pointed out that the closest MacBook Pro on stage has the wallpaper from the banner downstairs. Good eye!
RYAN BLOCK 6:28 PM
Today's WWDC soundtrack so far, featuring such hit artists as Vampire Weekend, Matt & Kim, and Fun. They're definitely trying to get the audience pumped.
BRIAN HEATER 6:27 PM
@DRainsbergerii: "Tim does Work out everyday." True 'nuff. Dude benchpresses ten Mac Pros each morning.
RYAN BLOCK 6:27 PM
Jony's here, lookin' fly in flat white technical jacket and a white shirt. He'll appear on video, but doubtful on stage, because that's how he does.
TIM STEVENS 6:27 PM
RT @videobynic: "I'm hoping for some news on a new Mac Pro or Final Cut X today." -- We're hoping for a Mac Pro update too. It'd be real interesting to see a new FCX too, but it might get lost in the shuffle of everything else.
BRIAN HEATER 6:27 PM
That was Matt & Kim finishing up there. Before they got terrible.
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TIM STEVENS 6:26 PM
Yes, that's Mr. Murph and I hamming it up for the camera. Gotta keep ourselves awake.
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BRIAN HEATER 6:26 PM
@jrgibson1: "Update to iCloud and better developer access. A more open environment." A little more openness certainly seems like a safe bet.
TIM STEVENS 6:25 PM
@PhilippUlrich: "I'd love to see iOS adopting functionality like the new Ubuntu Touch with full desktop docking features." -- iOS taking functionality from Ubuntu! That's an interesting idea. I'd sure love a little more desktop functionality myself.
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BRIAN HEATER 6:24 PM
@butterchickennn wants us to call him Cookie. They call him Biscuit in the UK.
TIM STEVENS 6:24 PM
By the way, we have two folks wearing Glass right in front of us! For those asking, no, I'm not wearing mine. I left my headset at home. Plenty else going on!
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@oldarobot: "i expect to see a watch to rival @Pebble a new OSX and iOS and a update to the MBP along with other hardware updates" -- I think you might be disappointed on the watch bit, but everything else is inline with what we're expecting.
TIM STEVENS 6:23 PM
@ChrisByatt: "whatever happens we'll still be impressed and we'll love apple a little bit more" -- Well aren't you nice.
BRIAN HEATER 6:23 PM
My money's on Tim.
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Who do you think can bench press more? Al Gore or Tim Cook?
RYAN BLOCK 6:23 PM
Tim Cook's security detail is taking photos with VIPs coming up to pose for shots. Oh, and Al Gore's here, like a good member of the Apple Board of Directors.
TIM STEVENS 6:22 PM
Have any predictions? We'd love to hear them. We'll share some of our favorites. Hit us up on twitter! @Tim_Stevens@darrenmurph@ryan@tnkgrl, and @bheater
BRIAN HEATER 6:22 PM
Al Gore, you say? Time for some more green initiatives?
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BRIAN HEATER 6:22 PM
Are we calling him TC? That would make liveblogging a lot easier.
TIM STEVENS 6:21 PM
We also have Al Gore in the house!
BRIAN HEATER 6:21 PM
Mr. Cook's got the top two buttons unbuttoned. Rocking the executive casual look.
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TIM STEVENS 6:21 PM
I'll be your textual host today, with Ryan Block kindly joining in for color commentary. Mr. Darren Murph is also here, handling photo duties with Myriam Joire. Brian Heater is also on-site.
BRIAN HEATER 6:20 PM
Shall we Twitter? @tim_stevens, @ryan, @bheater. Send us your predictions!
TIM STEVENS 6:20 PM
Tim Cook, Eddy Cue and all the expected folks are milling around the stage.
RYAN BLOCK 6:20 PM
Greetings. Your humble color commentator Ryan Block here. You may remember me from such past Engadget WWDC keynotes as 20062007, and 2008. It's good to be back!
BRIAN HEATER 6:19 PM
I see some Smart Water on stage. Electrolytes are important.
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TIM STEVENS 6:19 PM
We're sitting a few rows back from the front, and up on stage there are a number of laptops.
TIM STEVENS 6:19 PM
Welcome to the WWDC 2013 keynote! We're still about 40 minutes away from the beginning, but we wanted to get started.
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BRIAN HEATER 6:19 PM
Pretty sure that's the new Vampire Weekend. The lack of Adele is encouraging.
TIM STEVENS 6:18 PM
And we're in our seats!*

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